Big Blue, by Magda Biskup

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Believe it or not, but this was not taken on some exotic Pacific paradise island. This was taken in Patagonia. Windy and more often than not chilly Patagonia. The area is called Lake District, and as you can probably guess it is full of lakes. I saw quite a few of them, but this one made the biggest impression on me. You can see why.

Photo of the Day - June 01
Technical Info: Canon 40D | 1/100sec at f8 | ISO 500 | Focal Length 20mm
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | June 01
Title of the photograph: Big Blue
Photo of the Day Award Category: Landscape Photography
Photograph Location: Patagonia | Argentina

Photographer: Magda Biskup (Sydney, Australia) Registered Photographer
Magda Biskup is a Sydney based photographer. Her photographic interests are wide, but she mostly enjoys capturing the essence of the destination represented by people, their culture and surroundings. She bought her first SLR camera, after spending a year working in Malaysia, where she fell in love with travelling. She traveled through 40 countries and majority of her photos are taken while on the road. She was born and raised in Poland but currently lives in Sydney, Australia. Magda is available for assignments in Australia and around the world.

Website: http://www.magdabiskup.com/
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/magdabis
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MagdaBiskupPhotography
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MagdaBiskup

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