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On the last day of the southern glacier trek, we had to climb non stop for hours to get to the top of a mountain, where a lagoon and some ice caves awaited. This was arguably the hardest climb I've ever done, incredibly steep and rocky, with no possibility to walk on a sturdy surface. Add to that the facts that we were over 5600 meters above sea level (meaning very little oxygen) and that I had to carry my 10kg photo bag on my aching back, and conclude that it was really, really hard. 10 steps and a rest, another 10 steps and another rest
When the climb was over, we had the chance to witness and shoot some very beautiful spots, such as the turquoise lagoon shown here.
Canon 17-40mm f/4
Lee Filters, Heliopan CPL
Mina Blanca Sur Trek, Bolivia