Worth mentioning:
The abandoned mining towns on the edge of the lakes....
The people planting potatoes in image 3, the dark brown tilled fields.
 And the llamas in image 7... minuscule in an inmense landscape.
A herd of llamas and a small settlement by the lake
That is the true colour of this lake, possibly due to the mineral content in the water

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