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On our last sunrise in Torres del Paine, Chile we were fortunate enough to have some beautiful light.  The clouds changed from grey to pink to orange to yellow over this small lake.
The Viedma Glacier in Parque Nacional Los Glacieres is one of the few glaciers in the world that is accumulating as much snow on its highest parts as it is losing in melt off.  We were able to take about a 2 hour hike with crampons on the glacier.
This waterfall in the Torres del Paine region of Chile was flowing dramatically.  This cascading torrent of glacial water has carved the riverbed over thousands of years.
Patagonia Fine Art Photography Gallery

Patagonia...Wow!! Patagonia is a beautiful, mountainous region that encompasses parts of Argentina and Chile. In Argentina the main attraction is Mt Fitzroy, near the town of El Chalten. This striking mountain rises 3,000 meters above the surrounding landscape. Often enshrouded in clouds, we were fortunate to have beautiful light each morning and evening. There are numerous glaciers in the area including the Viedma Glacier which we were able to go hiking on. After several days in the Parque Nacional Los Glaciers we ventured onto Chile and the Torres del Paine Park. This part of Patagonia encompasses thousands of square kilometers of mountains and lakes. Again, graced with great weather and limited winds (an unusual combination in this area) we had amazing light and scenery. The wildlife was plentiful in Torres del Paine. Guanacos (a cross between a llama and a camel) were a regular sight here as they grazed and kept a careful eye out for any pumas that may be in the area. Nandus , ostrich-like birds, were common. Multiple other species of birds were also prevalent, including black chested eagles, caracaras, condors, pink flamingos, and many species of ducks.

This majestic bird is quite common in Patagonia. With it’s five foot wing span it would glide on the air currents in search of food. This particular eagle had just taken off from a nearby perch.
Every day we had different light on the mountain.  When the winds blew and the mountain came out in the early morning light, it was spectacular.
This beautiful waterfall in Parque Nacional Los Glaciers was down a kilometer path through forest with local woodpeckers.  The trees were just starting to change color in the region.
This mountain group in Torres del Paine was reflecting beautifully in calm waters of the Lago Grey below the Grey Glacier.
There is very little light pollution in this part of Chile.  The Milky Way covered much of the overhead sky and was clearly visible.  This image was looking south and the ridge nearby was illuminated as a vehicle passed by.
With the towers of Torres del Paine as a backdrop this guanaco stood on the ridge and posed for us for about 15 minutes before he got tired and sat down.  Always on the lookout for pumas they are ever vigilant
As the sun was rising the fog in the valley of the Rio Serrano was constantly changing.  The morning was peaceful and serene and the mountains of Cerro Paine Grande absorb the beautiful morning light.
This ranger was practicing her ice climbing skills coming out of a crevasse on the Viedma Glacier in Parque Nacional de Glaciers in Patagonia region of Argentina.
Again, a great sunrise!!   The warm morning light lit up Mt Fitzroy and Cerro Solo (to the left) beautifully.
The layers of ridges in this central Torres del Paine area called out for a black and white image.
The Caracara, a raptor, can be seen all over Patagonia.   They, like the Black Chested Eagle, are scavengers and are vital to the ecosystem of the area.
From a distance it was hard to grasp the size of this glacier.  But as we got closer we were able to take in the glacier in all of its beauty.
This town of 1,200 hearty Argentineans is the gateway to Parque Nacional Los Glaciers and Mt Fitzroy.  Surrounded by mountains it survives on the tourist industry created by the beauty of the area.
As we driving away from Torres del Paine National Park in Chile the lenticular clouds hovered over the mountains creating his dramatic scene.
The Guanacos were plentiful in Torres del Paine.  Here a couple of guanacos are being vigilant as they leave a dried up watering hole.
This iceberg was on the way to the Viedma Glacier.  There was a hole that had been eaten through by the lake water and made for an interesting visual.
Getting there before sunrise, you couldn’t predict what was going to happen.  Virtually every morning we received a different gift of light. This morning it looked like Mt Fitzroy was on fire.
Most of the fall colors when we were there were at a higher elevation than we traveled at.  However, once in a while I was able to take advantage of their beauty.
In a lake in Torres del Paine, Chile the pink Flamingos were enjoying a nice sunny day.  In order to take flight the Flamingos have to run on water to get up enough speed to take off.
The Moreno Glacier in Argentina had walls that rose over 200 feet above the water.  While we were watching the glacier there were regular calfings occurring.
The Cuerno Este is the centerpiece of the Cuernos del Paine mountain range.
This male Magellanic Woodpecker flirted around the trees along the path to Charrillo del Salto Waterfall.  It remained somewhat elusive but every once in a while he would land where we could get an unobstructed view of him.
The first evening we arrived in Torres del Paine, Chile we had been driving for hours from El Calafate, Argentina when we crossed the bridge over the Rio Paine we were greeted with a beautiful sunset to end the day.
The high winds created amazing lenticular clouds in Patagonia.
With the setting sun shining on the face of Monte Almirante Nieto the golden glow lit up the shore on the other side of the lake.
With a storm nearby the clouds above offered dramatic lighting that highlighted the beauty of the landscape around us.
This mountain group in Torres del Paine had a unique round mountain that rose out of its center.
With talons extended this eagle was coming in for a landing in a nearby field.
The glacier was filled with crevasses and interesting ice structures. This pyramid pair caught my attention immediately.
This waterfall in the Argentinean Parque Nacional Los Glacieres was roaring with glacial runoff.  The silt from the glacial runoff causes the water to be milky similar to many other mountain regions of the world.
These roaring rapids were the result of runoff from the Grey Glacier.
The reflections of the Cerro Paine Grande mountain group were clear on this wind free and cloud free day.