Thursday, January 24, 2008

Photos of Bariloche III (January 20-23, 2008)

Mt. Tronador in Nahuel Huapi National Park. One side of the mountain belongs to Argentina, and the other side belongs to Chile.
A pristine lake in the national park reflects blue sky and puffy white clouds
Ventisquero Negro - Nahual Huapi´s own "black glacier." The black chunks in the milky brown water below the glacier are not rock, they´re ice.
Graceful trees along the trail to the base of Mt. Tronador
When we drove into the park in the morning, we crossed this rickety bridge; when we drove out in the afternoon, it had obviously caved in on one side. We arrived just as this bulldozer was clearing a road to the right of the bridge. It´s a good thing the creek was dry or we would have been spending the night in the park!

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