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Little Photo Hike

Above, large birds were circling. The view of the drop down made my head spin and the fierce wind kept pushing me while I tried to stay steady. Then we somehow ended up following a path leading further into the woods.

Islands and townThe views from Cerro Otto (Bariloche, Argentina) were beautiful.

Lake viewWe had taken a gondola lift up to the peak to admire the scenery.

Ski liftSlowly, we ventured further and further, following the pretty mountain flowers along the path…

FlowersAbove, large birds were circling.

MountainsThe view of the drop down made my head spin and the fierce wind kept pushing me while I tried to stay steady.

Mountain viewThen we somehow ended up following a path leading further into the woods. Huge bees or wasps followed us and joggers with dogs passed us on the trail. Otherwise, it was completely silent.

We finally reached a lookout point, with a view of a little bay enveloped by mountains on each side.

View from HasburgoOn our way back we saw a sign indicating this place was called Piedra de Hasburgo (or Habsburgo).

Our pace was slow, because we kept pausing for more and more photos. This wasn’t exacty an athletic hike!

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24 replies on “Little Photo Hike”

Yes, it would be interesting to see photos from today. I tried googling but no real success.

It was spring in Nov-Dec… Sunny, sometimes warm, but mostly windy and a bit chilly. But then, I’m the type of person who is always freezing…

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Glad to hear I’m not the only one! 🙂

(Tried to remember the exact temps for you but can’t be sure, somewhere between 10-20 C. I only remember I couldn’t wear summer clothes and I remember The Wind!)

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It’s not much fun being a ‘Freezing Lizzie’ is it? My mum always used to say I was ‘nesh’ – an old North of England term, I think, meaning unable to cope with the cold. She was the hardy type, you see. I’m evidently a hothouse kind of flower. 🙂

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