Photographer's Note

Lake Titicaca bordering Bolivia and Peru is claimed to be the highest navigable lake in the world (~ 3810 m above sea level) Extending from southeastern to western Bolivia, Titicaca is 196 km long and an average 56 km wide. It is the remainder of what was once an inland sea, its blue waters contrast nicely with the parched surrounding altiplano.
At this altitude the sun's rays are very harsh so i'd advise wearing sunscreen. (unless of course you are after the lobster look ;))

Technical info
shot in automatic exposure mode,
Kodak 100 ISO film
handheld on boat
Scanned at 300 dpi

Post processing: colour levels in PS, added border

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