Photographer Guillermo Palavecino has captured the beauty of wintertime imagery. The Argentina-based artist took shots of an entirely frozen warerfall in Bariloche, Patagonia, taking in the giant freezing cold 20 meter display in all of its grandeur.
Surrounding the waterfall are bits of ice, making it appear as if the natural phenomenon is still operational. By setting a long exposure, Pavalecino was able to take in the breathtaking scene, one that is certainly reminiscent of a chapter in a science fiction novel.
Whether showcased in color or black and white, the awe-inspiring power of Palvacino's photography, and the landscape itself, is instantly apparent. The trees encasing the waterfall are similarly mystifying, a product of the red and orange pigments that remain despite the cold temperatures.
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