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Toachi river canyon

By macxymum    
The Toachi River Canyon was formed by the emission of pyroclastic flows, lithic fragments, bombs and pumice from the nearby Quilotoa volcano. In its interior with a fall of more than 100 meters the Toachi river flows towards the Ecuadorian coast. It is a great geographical feature in the form of a gigantic ravine that crosses part of the Illinizas reserve.

Tags: Landscape photography Sunrise Outdoors Canyon Scenery South america Ecuador Ravine Andes Landscape and travel Mountainscape

Voters: WestCamera, Richard707, mogobiker and 14 more

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20 Jun 2019 3:12AM
Excellent landscape photo. Love that sky.Grin

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Richard707 13 14 United States
20 Jun 2019 4:01AM
This was a great time of day. The lighting on the edge of the ridge is awesome.
20 Jun 2019 8:05AM
21 Jun 2019 12:22AM
@WestCamera : Thank you Frank. Yes this is taken in Ecuador and there are always clouds in the sky. They always give you great skies, sometimes dramatic, sometimes sweet.
21 Jun 2019 12:26AM
@Richard707 Yes I woke up at 5AM to be at the right time for this view. Got quite lucky because when I arrived sky was totally covered by clouds just where the sun was going to rise. This was taken at 6:45 AM

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