Ventanas al mundo - Windows to the World
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Ventanas al mundo - Windows to the World

Dead Vlei, Namibia / Dead Vlei, Namibia

Conocido como el “valle muerto”, este lugar atrae a fotógrafos profesionales de todo el mundo, quienes captan imágenes que parecen pinturas, debido a los caprichosos colores del paisaje. Se trata de un “cementerio de árboles” con oscuras acacias preservadas que llevan casi un milenio de existencia –más de 900 años- entre las rojizas dunas de arena, donde alguna vez existió un lago que proveía de vida a los árboles, los cuales se desecaron por efecto de los minerales y el sol del desierto. / Known as the “dead valley”, this place attracts professional photographers from all over the world who capture images that resemble oil paintings. The vividly colorful landscapes create this illusion, even in places like “the tree cemetery”, where thousand-year old Acacia trees are preserved amongst the redish sand dunes. A lake used to provide the trees with nourishment, yet exposure to high levels of minerals, and the intense heat of the sun, ultimately dried it up.

Cataratas de Iguazú, Argentina-Brasil / Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil

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