Photos by Sergio Belinchón. Berlin.
these are beautiful. i love the colors and compositions
my GOD! the first picture looks like a giant hand getting out from the sand! sooo beautiful!!
i knew it! atacama rules :)
it is a hand..in san pedro de atacama in chile.
wow, is that coca cola engraved in the last pic?
Actually it’s a sculpture that represents a hand getting out from the desert. It’s located in northern chile and it’s called “La mano del desierto” wich means “Hand of the desert”. It was made by Mario Irarrázabal, a chilean sculptor.
He rents me his house in Valencia, he is wonderful!
yeah, chile is great! im here in santiago, chile!
Lovely landscapes. Reminds me of my desert home. Music from the desert – http://penmallet.blogspot.com/
love the simplicity.. a deep sense of trust is conveyed here
Saludos desde Madrid.
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I love these – particularly the 4th
that hand is in antofagasta, not in san pedro de atacama ;)
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