The Secret Emerald Lake
I saw the craziest and most unbelievable things in Patagonia. It was like nature rewrote its own rules to build this place. I'd like to make a reference to the ill-fated Genesis project in Star Trek II, the Wrath of Kahn, but I won't.
I came across this shockingly clear and mysterious green lake. The water magnified the pure green algae that covered every strange underwater formation. There were also fish swimming around inside, but I kept the ISO so low on these shots, the fish got blurred out. I do have some higher ISO shots of the fish I will add at a later date. They were these little blue-colored fish. I think they were trout, but I'm not totally sure. Anyway, I felt lucky to be here in the Autumn, just after a small rainstorm, making all the trees nice and moist with a glistening glow. Below that, I have posted a shot taken by my friend Dima. It is of yours truly with Yuri. He is looking particularly sour in this photo.
Today I am on a radio show with Rodney Washington as the host about photography, HDR, etc etc. You can listen to it on the widget on the blog at 2 PM CST ( link here ). You can even call in! If you miss the show, it will be available for download (or podcast) after it is recorded.
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