Dancing with Swallows
I stood captivated by the turquoise color of the water and then noted the swallows swooping all around the rapids and misty air. The place was magical.
The Baker River is a river located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region of the Chilean Patagonia. It is Chile's largest river in terms of volume of water. The river flows out of Bertrand Lake, which is fed by General Carrera Lake. I spent the afternoon here in awe at the raw force of water flowing through this amazing confluence.
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