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Tom Robinson Travel Photography: Central America

Tom Robinson Travel Photography: Central America
The diversity within South America is staggering, mountains, glaciers, deserts and waterfalls. It has them all. Over the course of six months I travelled down Chile, up Argentina, around Bolivia and through to Peru. What I saw and experienced along the way will live with me forever. As we arrived at a small village in Bolivia I spotted this group playing a game of football. The backdrop to their game was incredible and despite being at 5000m above sea-level, they were happily running about.

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