Patagonian landscape

Today I went to the capital city of the province I live in. The trip takes about four hours (depending on how icy the road is), so I packed my camera with a 50mm lens, it´s lighter and less bulky to travel. I couldn´t take any pics in the city itself, but don´t worry, you´re not missing a thing, everybody I know agrees that is the most flat, cold, windy, dark and awful city we´ve ever seen.

So I took some shots at the bus station´s waiting room and on the way back, as it way daytime.

Waiting room…

f/8 - 1/800 sec - ISO 200 - 50 mm
f/8 – 1/800 sec – ISO 200 – 50 mm
f/8 - 1/50 sec - ISO 200 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/50 sec – ISO 200 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/160 - ISO 200 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/160 sec – ISO 200 – 50mm

In the bus…

f/1.8 - 1/250 sec - ISO 200 - 50mm
f/1.8 – 1/250 sec – ISO 200 – 50mm

This huge ball is in the Air Force premises, any idea of what it might be?

f/8 - 1/250 sec - ISO 200 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/250 sec – ISO 200 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/640 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/640 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm

Guanacos…

f/8 - 1/400 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/400 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/1000 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/1000 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/800 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/800 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/400 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/400 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/200 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/200 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/125 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/125 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm

More Guanacos running away…

f/8 - 1/160 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/160 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/125 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/125 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
f/8 - 1/125 sec - ISO 100 - 50mm
f/8 – 1/125 sec – ISO 100 – 50mm
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