Talampaya National Park in La Rioja county of Northwest Argentina is one of the country's most famous national parks. It spans millions of years of world history and geology and the landscape is just quite breathtaking!
The biggest attraction of this stunning national park are the intense red, vertical, 150 m high walls of a canyon that was created as the Andes mountains were created millions of years ago.
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ViktorVaughn (1525) 2008-03-03 18:18
This is an impressive shot, and a place I am unfamiliar with. But it seems like an amazing locale, with that dramatic red cliff. The person gives nice scale, but I would have preferred them to be a bit more in the bottom right corner, instead of being lost in the middle of the frame.