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14th February 2014
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he won't change her life, he just chasing tail and wasting her time
i remember working on a photo with these creatures shortly after i took the original shots when i was in the beautiful torres del paine a few years ago. i wasn't sure about it, and my suspicions were confirmed when my mate told me it wasn't one of my best - although he used less diplomatic language. i was looking back over some of those photos the other day and this one jumped out as being far superior to my previous choice. it's strange that i overlooked it at the time, and has worrying implications of what else i might have missed in the tens of thousands of other shots i took in south america. incidentally i assumed that these were llamas but i had a faint recollection that i was told they were a called something different. after a little googling it turns out that they're actually called guanacos, and after a little more googling it turns out that guanacos are basically wild llamas. so i'd say that was a fair assumption.

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14/02/2014
chasing tail
i remember working on a photo with these creatures shortly after i took the original shots when i was in the beautiful torres del paine a few years ago. i wasn't sure about it, and my suspicions were confirmed when my mate told me it wasn't one of my best - although he used less diplomatic language. i was looking back over some of those photos the other day and this one jumped out as being far superior to my previous choice. it's strange that i overlooked it at the time, and has worrying implications of what else i might have missed in the tens of thousands of other shots i took in south america. incidentally i assumed that these were llamas but i had a faint recollection that i was told they were a called something different. after a little googling it turns out that they're actually called guanacos, and after a little more googling it turns out that guanacos are basically wild llamas. so i'd say that was a fair assumption.

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