Global climate can be influenced by large volcanic eruptions because of the tons of sulfur dioxide added to the atmosphere. In 1815, the massive eruption of Mount Tambora, a volcano in Indonesia, resulted in two years of abnormally cold temperatures in Europe and New England. This fantastic photo reminds us of how connected we all are with the mega systems of the Earth.
CERCA DE LA PAYUNIA, QUE ES DESLUMBRANTE, HAY OTROS LUGARES NO MENOS ESPECTACULARES, POR EJEMPLO LAS SALINAS Y LAGUNAS DE LLANCANELO, LA CAVERNA DE LAS BRUJAS, LAS LEÑAS Y EL VALLE HERMOSO Y OTROS LUGARES MÁS PEQUEÑOS QUE LLAMAN MUCHO LA ATENCIÓN. HAY QUE LLEGAR A LA CIUDAD DE MALARGÜE Y LO MEJOR ES ALOJARSE ALLÍ PERO TAMBIÉN SE PUEDE PASAR LA NOCHE EN PAYUNIA .
I love the colors, the texture, the "smoke" that makes it more real. Patagonia captured from a different angle, beautiful!
By looking at all the tyre tracks in this photo., it sure seems as though it is visited quite often. I thought at first that the white rocks in the foreground looked like sheep - but then what would they be doing there in a volcanic region. Another great photo and another day of seeing something new.
Wow, looks unreal......, like another planet! The focal point, the vehicle on the road, seems the only earthly object in this strange scene. Amazing shot!
The tiny white van is a stand out in this one. This one, being a great picture on Your Shot. Once again we can enjoy the the efforts put into each day's work choosing what we enjoy to look at.. So, thank you. j.e.s.
Didn't wanted to believe that it is van there!! Still thinking its a ship with wheels on the red algae lake.. Great Shot
If it weren't for the road and vehicle in the foreground you would swear this was another planet. Just stunning.
At first I didn't understand what I was looking at. Then I saw the van on the road and realized it was a landscape. Great image. Without the van for scale the image would have failed. Great choice and I am assuming great patience on the photographer's part.
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