Summer on the Futaleufú River
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Patagonia has dozens of famous rivers, but none more breathtaking than the Futaleufú. Located in the Trevelin area on the Argentine side of Patagonia, I try to visit whenever I can to take pictures and fish. The only challenge is not getting distracted by the scenery.
TOOLS: NIkon D4, 70-200mm, 1/1250 second, f/5, ISO 500
Lead Photo: Isaias Miciu
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