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    Canelo and Mya live La Senda Verde, a wildlife refuge that started 10 years ago and has been taking in animals rescued from trafficking, the black market, or abusive owners. It is nestled along the bank of a river in Yungas, which is a beautiful region where the Amazon meets the Andes, known as The Cloud Forest. La Senda Verde means, “The Green Path.” It is the salvation for these forgotten animals; it’s their second chance. I was volunteering on behalf of Photographers Without Borders.
    Composition 22
    Lighting 10
    Creativity 11
    Story 19
    Photo Details
    Date Taken: Mar 23, 2014
    Date Uploaded: Apr 7, 2014
    Location: La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
    Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
    Focal Length: 200 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/1250 sec
    Aperture: f/5
    ISO: 640
    Copyright: © Tracey Buyce
    Categories: People, Portraits, Travel
    Assignments: For National Geographic's Photo of the Day, Embrace the Untamed