Best Chilean sunset was found by chance

Apr 16, 2019

Lorena González Sagrado

How the Photo was Taken

I took this photo with my camera Fujifilm X-M1. I did not use any filter in order to alter the image.

Photo Location

South America gives you an invaluable present every day when the sun goes down. I took the photography on 8th May 2018. I was lucky to arrive in Pucon at the right time and as I knew there was a lake in this Chilean city I made my way to it. I couldn't believe what suddenly apparead in front of me. I took a deep breath in order to enjoy the magnificient moment, when a gorgeus shadow managed to catch my attention: two figures in a small boat were crossing the lake. I picked up my camera and I tried to capture the beauty of the scene. I stayed one hour in the sand observing the intense range of colours the sky offered that evening while the enormous lake was trying to imitate them. There is only one thing you sadly can not appreciated in this image: the sweet voice of a young woman who was singing to his baby some metres away from me.

About the Author

Lorena González Sagrado

Lorena González Sagrado is a Spanish journalist. After four years living and working in Amsterdam as a tour guide, she decided to quit her job and start a trip around South America. Photography is one of her hobbies and her trip is being an excellent excuse to put it into practice.

Website : @lorena.gonzalez.sagrado

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