My Best Shot -- Ushuaia, Argentina

When Neyton Baltodano, a doctor in Clermont, visited Ushuaia, Argentina, he captured the city's spectacular view of the Andes on camera. Mount Olivia, the scalloped peak on the left, is covered with snow most of the year, as are the Cinco Hermanos — the Five Brothers — rising off to the right. A few miles away is Cerro Castor Ski Resort. Also close to Ushuaia is Tierra Del Fuego National Park. The scarcity of tourists when he visited made the beauty of the wilderness even more impressive.
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( COURTESY OF NEYTON BALTODANO )

When Neyton Baltodano, a doctor in Clermont, visited Ushuaia, Argentina, he captured the city's spectacular view of the Andes on camera. Mount Olivia, the scalloped peak on the left, is covered with snow most of the year, as are the Cinco Hermanos — the Five Brothers — rising off to the right. A few miles away is Cerro Castor Ski Resort. Also close to Ushuaia is Tierra Del Fuego National Park. The scarcity of tourists when he visited made the beauty of the wilderness even more impressive.

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