I would like to share with you my friends this *amazing* beautiful and wild landscape from Bolivia in South America.
Photography: The lost world of Refugio de los volcanes
It’s one of my favorite captured images from all the session at the Refugio de los Volcanes near Bermejo, Samaipata. It’s somehow easy to imagine how it was a few million years back when the Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs where the rulers of the planet earth and not the humans … Here you can read about the CAL ORKO a kind of Dinosaurs highway: dinosaur tracks from at least 8 different species -> http://twistedsifter.com/2013/10/cal-orko-wall-in-bolivia-covered-in-dinosaur-tracks/
El Refugio Los Volcanes
It’s located in the southern part of Amboro National Park. One and a half hours drive from the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra and about 45 minutes from the mountain town of Samaipata away. Deep in a valley, Los Volcanes offers spectacular views of sandstone rock cliffs as well as the tropical forests which surround the Sanctuary. There are also trails offering opportunities to appreciate the flora and fauna. World renowned ornithologists such as Ridgeley, Tudor and the others have visited Los Volcanes on several opportunities – their bird lists register more than 200 species- and the local botanist Roberto Vasquez has identified more than 100 species of orchids and bromeliads. More information: http://www.refugiovolcanes.net