Photographer's Note

Not much to say about this one ...

With the Northern Hemisphere going in to winter, and more snow and ice shots appearing on TE, I thought I would post one from the S. hemisphere winter just past.

(San Carlos de) Bariloche is one of the major ski resorts in Argentina - also very popular in summer time with its lakeside location.

*** Later addition to this note ***

I'm afraid I am still not going to say any more about what you are looking at, but I am going to respond to the many requests for more information (in my usual roundabout fashion).

In the Jonathan Safran Foer book: "Extremely loud and incredibly close" there is a side plot to the main story revolving around a character who may or may not exist, and if they do they may or may not live on the observation deck of the Empire State Building in New York. Should the narrator go and check with his own eyes? Or are the mental constructs the narrator has build up in his imaginings of this caracter so beautiful that they are more important than a 'reality' that might actually be quite mundane?

We all travel with our own minds, our own thoughts and our own backgrounds (and on TE with our own cameras). I invite you to consider the possibility that what you see in my small scene may be far more important and relevant than what is in my small scene.

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