Perito Moreno

Today was the visit of the gigantic glacier “Perito Moreno”. Here is therefore another rseries of “land-street” photography

We boarded a bus early in the morning and rode through more windy plains where a few lonely cattle were busy finding some food in the arid ground. (click on pictures to enlarge)


Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F1.4, 1/4000, ISO200, ND 0.6 filter

But soon the majestic glacier appeared in the distance, slowly advancing over the lake.


Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F1.4, 1/4000, ISO200, ND 0.6 filter

A short boat ride in rough winds …

Leica M9 with 35mm Summilux Asph at F1.4, 1/2000, ISO200, ND 0.6 filter

… and soon we are at the feet of the gigantic blue cliffs.



Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F2.8, 1/4000, ISO200, ND 0.6 filter

Leaving some stunned by so much beauty.


Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F2.8, 1/4000, ISO200, ND 0.6 filter

Yet, the best was to come. A view on the glacier from the hill facing it. An enormous plain as big as the city of Buenos Aires. Man is so small compared to mother nature.


Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F8.0 1/180, ISO160, ND 0.6 filter

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