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Río Calchaquí

Río Calchaquí

Bungee jumping at Cabra Corral dam, Salta, Argentina.

Bungee jumping at Cabra Corral dam, Salta, Argentina.

After tasting the wine, swimming pool jump at Cafayate, Salta, Argentina.

After tasting the wine, swimming pool jump at Cafayate, Salta, Argentina.

Cementerio de Maimara // Maimara Cemetery

Cementerio de Maimara // Maimara Cemetery

In April 2011 on the last day of a monthlong trip to Argentinas Salta Province @johnwellburn photographed mountain biker Mike Kinrade of Nelson British Columbia riding off a 30-foot-tall mesa outside a protected area known as Quebrada de las Conchas. The drop wasnt even the hardest part says Wellburn of Williams Lake B.C. It was the entrance. To get onto the mesa which was roughly six feet wide Kinrade rode down a ridgeline and jumped a ten-foot gap. He styled it says Wellburn. Then he went…

In April 2011 on the last day of a monthlong trip to Argentinas Salta Province @johnwellburn photographed mountain biker Mike Kinrade of Nelson British Columbia riding off a 30-foot-tall mesa outside a protected area known as Quebrada de las Conchas. The drop wasnt even the hardest part says Wellburn of Williams Lake B.C. It was the entrance. To get onto the mesa which was roughly six feet wide Kinrade rode down a ridgeline and jumped a ten-foot gap. He styled it says Wellburn. Then he went…

Argentina’s Salta Province, Wellburn photographed mountain biker Mike Kinrade, of Nelson, British Columbia, riding off a 30-foot-tall mesa outside a protected area known as Quebrada de las Conchas. “The drop wasn’t even the hardest part,” says Wellburn, of Williams Lake, B.C. “It was the entrance.” To get onto the mesa, which was roughly six feet wide, Kinrade rode down a ridgeline and jumped a 10-foot gap. “He styled it,” says Wellburn.

Argentina’s Salta Province, Wellburn photographed mountain biker Mike Kinrade, of Nelson, British Columbia, riding off a 30-foot-tall mesa outside a protected area known as Quebrada de las Conchas. “The drop wasn’t even the hardest part,” says Wellburn, of Williams Lake, B.C. “It was the entrance.” To get onto the mesa, which was roughly six feet wide, Kinrade rode down a ridgeline and jumped a 10-foot gap. “He styled it,” says Wellburn.

Argentina's Marcos Rojo (16) jumps to head the ball against Switzerland's players during their 2014 World Cup round of 16 game at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo July 1, 2014.

Argentina's Marcos Rojo (16) jumps to head the ball against Switzerland's players during their 2014 World Cup round of 16 game at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo July 1, 2014.

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