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Patricio Armijo

La Cápsula Fenix 2, de los 33 Mineros.

Rancagua, VI Región, Chile

November 6, 2010, 8:44 local time

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Caption

Spanish Caption

En una exposición itinerante de la capsula Fenix 2. La capsula que trajo a la superficie a los 33 mineros atrapados en la mina San José a 700mts de profunidad por más de 2 meses, fue una buena oportunidad para tomar este panorama.

Debido a la gran conmoción que provocé el accidente y especialmente por el milagroso rescate, decidí seleccionar este panorama para este evento. Sin duda, después del desastrozo terremo del sábado 27 de febrero de este año, el rescate de los 33 mineros fue lo mejor del 2010.



English Caption

In an itinerant exhibition of the capsule Fenix 2. The capsule that brought to the surface the 33 miners caught in the mine San Jose 700 meters deep for more than 2 months. It was a good opportunity to take this panorama.

Due to the great commotion of the accident and especially for the miraculous rescue, I decided to select this panorama for this event. Undoubtedly, after the 8.8° Richter earthquake on the 27th of February of this year, the rescue of 33 miners is the best of 2010.
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Location

Latin America / Chile

Lat: 34° 10' 11" S
Long: 70° 44' 26" W

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Canon 550D + Sigma 8mm + Fishpole + Nodal Ninja 3 MkII
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