Our time in Conguillío was a highlight of El Huevito’s trip to Chile. The National Park lies at the northern tip of the Lake District, and envelopes the 3125m Llaima Volcano. It’s a wild, beautiful and otherwordly place, a lunar landscape where islands of fertile land lie stranded between lava flows frozen in time – or at least until the next eruption. Sunshine at this time of year can be fleeting, but the autumnal colours are a beautiful recompense.
All of these images where shot on the same day.
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