Just return from end of the world, Patagonia, the southernmost region of Argentina and Chile (although I've only been in the Argentinian part) and
wanted to share some beautiful pics I took. These are just a little bit of the almost 500 hundreds I took!
Here we go:
Mascardi Lake, at Rio Negro
Corazon Island (Heart Island) in Mascardi Lake
Ever seen a black glacier? Well, here it is, or what is left of it. This is not dirt, everything is ice! The ice falls from the mountains and gets all
Some kind of lizard
Espejo Lake (Mirror Lake) at Neuquen
Two sights of Mount Tronador (Mount Thunderer - 3500 mts), at the border of Argentina and Chile
Into the Andes...
A nice rock
A bridge over the Limay River
A nice view at 1300 mts high
Mountains at Bariloche City
A nice view of San Jorge Gulf
My prison, for a day and a half
Sunrise at Comodoro Rivadavia City
Now some pics of one of the most incredible things I've ever seen: The Perito Moreno Glacier
80 meters tall ice walls!!!
Solitaria Island (Lonely Island) in Argentino Lake, next to the town of Calafate
Another view of the lake and the town
Tierra del Fuego Island from the plane (two bad it was almost night)
Ushuaia City, the Southernmost City of the World
A rock full of cormorants, in the Beagle Channel
One of my favourites, boats in the Ushuaia Bay
An interesting sign, downtown Ushuaia
The Saint Christopher
a shipwreck at the Ushuaia Bay
A fishing ship in the Beagle Channel
A rock full of Sea Lions
Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, somewhere in the Beagle Channel
Penguins at Hammer Island (two bad we arrive too late in the season, and there were only a few left)
A husky POW camp
Escondido Lake, Tierra del Fuego
Fagnano Lake, Tierra del Fuego
Pass of Garibaldi, through the Andes
Valley of Carbajal, Tierra del Fuego
Lapataia Bay, in the Beagle Channel, in the back Redonda Island (Round Island)
The southernmost Post Office of the World, at Lapataia Bay, really the end of the world. Only 1000 km from Antarctica.
That's it. Hope I didn't bore all of you who reached so far in this post.
I really recommend this trip, photos show soooo little...!