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|Camera||Fujifilm Finepix S4900|
|Lens||Built – In|
|Date||October 17th 2016|
We are on a rush of fantastic pictures from sea level with this one taken in South America… 145 kilometers of pure clear air to a glacier peak next to Magellan strait.
William describes the picture as follows: “I was fortunate enough to be on the waterfront of Punta Arenas on a clear day. This is the view South over the Strait of Magellan to Monte Sarmiento. I could also see other peaks from the Cordillera Darwin further away to the South East but I cannot identify them as yet, Monte Darwin is 202kms from Punta Arenas.
All credits go to meteociel.fr / Réanalyses NCEP 2.5º
Ulrich Deuschle has a simulation of this view here: