ISO 100   95 mm   f / 4.0   1/640 sec
Canon 5D II   24-105mm f / 4L IS
Pan de Indio
December 17, 2012
In certain areas of Tierra del Fuego there were tons of these orange spheres growing on the trees. They are known as "Pan de Indio" (Indian bread). You can eat them but I found them much better to photograph than eat.
All Photos Patagonia American West Arches at Night Climbing Denali Portfolio
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Patagonia Cerro Torre Mount Fitz Roy Aguja Poincenot Looking at the Sothern Cross Waiting for the Light Fitz Roy Reflection Karen Laughing Lago Grey Glacier Grey River in Torres del Paine Torres del Paine Puerto Natalas Magellanic Penguins Isla Navarino Morgan Traversing a Snowfield Paso Primero Snow in the Dientes Paso Australia Juaquin The Dientes Morgan Dientes Reflection Below Paso Virginia Vacant Cabin Morgan Holding Court in the Yacht Club Fishing Boat in Puerto Williams Bridge? Simone and the Hat Snow Blocks Mountains in Tierra del Fuego Hiking in Tierra del Fuago Pan de IndioStreet Fires Trash in Ushuaia Before Sunrise NOV
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Indian Well Cave The Needles Standing in the Mouth of Indian Well Cave Self Portrait on Lassen Peak Second Click Mono Lake Racetrack Playa Mesquite Dunes Sand Mesquite Dunes at Night Kelso Dunes Joshua Tree Sunset Joshua Tree Sunrise Saguaro Cactus Desert Trio Cactus and the Morning Star Windmill in the Night Red Badlands Temple of the Sun Spooky Gulch Getting Cold >
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