week 1-traveling in time, seven voyages of sinbad

Week 1 - I traveled to the time when dinosaurs and flintstone still roam the earth.

What I learn is you don't have to be Van Gogh for people to appreciate your art. You can be Bart Simpson graffiting on an unremarkable piece of rock, wait a million years and people are still willing to walk five hours in a remote district of Argentina to appreciate your work.

That's how much time I spent wandering around a barren mountain, seeking for the elusive masterpiece. After decoding the complicated instruction from a local Andean woman, I finally found the "pinturas rupestres" (rock painting). Really, this is not much better than the bird my five year old niece can draw.

It turned out I wasn't the only one. On my way back, I met several Argentinians from Buenos Aries. Hopelessly lost, they asked me for direction. I'm not sure they notice the irony, the locals asking a foreign tourist for direction?

Info F 8.0 1/30 ISO 80 with Canon PowerShot G9
Keywords Aftersleep, Argentina, Cafayate, Landscape, Longest Journey, Outdoor, South America, Subject
Date 2009:10:04 12:06:55 Make Canon
Model Canon PowerShot G9 Rating 3
Lens 7.4-44.4 mm Flash Off, Did not fire
Focal 7.4 mm Exposure 1/30
F Number 8.0 ISO 80
White Bal. Auto Metering Multi-segment
Compensation 0 Hyperfocal 1.07 m
Latitude -26.0839722222222 Longitude -66.0109416666667
Altitude 1792.198864 m File Size 8.1 MB
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