Atacama Desert, Licancabur Volcano, Chile
Chilean Andes, Atacama Desert, Licancabur volcano at sunset.
At sunset, Licancabur volcano, on Chile’s border with Bolivia, glows a magnificent pink, like the birds that inhabit the Soncor National Flamingo Reserve in the nearby Chaxas Lagoon. This is surprising, because the parched and nearly lifeless high desert of Chile’s Atacama region has the least rainfall of anyplace on earth. The water comes from ice-melt. Atacama is also home to the Alma Project, exploring deep space with the world’s largest network of radio telescopes. With no rain, the sky is always clear.
Available in two sizes, [16”x24”] priced at $85, printed on elegant, lightweight stretched canvas, wrapped around 1¼” depth stretcher bars with black edges, ready to hang.
You can also special order a huge 36"x48" version, divided into three sections [see second photo] with Black Edge Wrap around each to a depth of 1¼,” for $350.
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