This portrait was taken in Puyuhuapi, Chile, a village of about 1,000 on the Carretera Austral, the highway through southern Chile that traverses 1,200 kilometers of Patagonia. Until the completion of the highway in the early 1980s, Puyuhuapi was primarily accessible only by boat or plane. Supported by a pair of crutches, this man spent the… Continue reading Fisherman, Puyuhuapi, Chile
At the terminus of Southern Chile’s Enchanted Forest Trail.
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Recalling Patagonia’s Seno Última Esperanza.
Gauchos on the plain.
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Half of the ranger staff at Bernardo O’Higgins National Park in Chilean Patagonia, the country’s largest and least-visited.
For pleasant, fulfilling solitude, few places on the planet beat it.
There aren’t too many rivers on the planet further south.
From a day hike along Patagonia’s Fitz Roy Trail
At the terminus of a trail through on one of the most isolated and unspoiled national parks on the planet.
Waiting for the bus in a small Patagonian crossroads village along the Carretera Austral.
Enjoying the sun in the southernmost reaches of Chilean Patagonia.
Nature’s finest snap, crack, pop and crash.
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More specifically, a chef on the Last Hope Sound, or Seno Ultima Esperanza, in Chilean Patagonia. He’s the resident chef at the Estancia Perales, located in one of the most serene settings imaginable, who prepared a traditional Patagonian parrillada, or barbeque on the return from a boat trip to the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers in… Continue reading Last Hope Chef
Because every day is Earth Day.
I’ve been in a dry, dusty desert setting for the past eight days, which reminded me of one of my favorite trees.