The flow of water at Las 7 Tazas is another magic place to visit and take photographs.
Located South of Santiago is a national park in Curicó Province, Maule Region. Its full name is Radal Siete Tazas. Formed from a series of 7 small waterfalls cascading, creating 7 water bowls, which is the name in Spanish. The road is quite good, except the last few kilometers.
There is a camping site, however you have to arrive very early on a weekend or holiday, as its full. The best places are on forest adjacent to the river, which are on first come basis.
It was an overcast day, with soft light, which allowed me to record the rocks and vegetation without harsh shadows.
Having a large family, you can make trips to the same location with different sons without them complaining. In this occasion, I went with the youngest ones to Las 7 Tazas. Same as the previous image, I had Soft Lightcompared to a previous, which enabled me to obtain rich colors.
On our way to the last waterfall called El Salto de la Leona, the most distant, I found this plant.
It mimicked a pineapple, and the combination of colors was perfect to take an image, which my daughter loves.
The translation of El Salto de la Leona would be: The Jump of the Mountain Cougar.