In November of 2005, we departed on a 16-day trip to a region in south Chile and Argentina known as Patagonia.  We spent the majority of the time in Argentina; visiting exquisite landscapes in Los Glacieres National Park (home of Mount Fitz Roy - the mountain the Patagonia apparel company chose as its insignia), breathtaking glaciers at Perito Moreno Glacier (singular in that they are not receding and they are at sea level), amazing marine wildlife in Peninsula Valdes (multiple Magellan Penguin colonies, elephant seals, sea lions, dolphins, and right whales), the most Southern city in the world in Ushuaia (where you can see the Pacific Ocean on your right and the Atlantic Ocean on your left), and the uber hip city of Buenos Aires (the largest city in Argentina - although technically its not in Patagonia).  Chile was no less spectacular; with the amazing glaciers, towers, and valleys in the fantastic Torres Del Paine and the quaint sea faring town of Puerto Natales.  

We rode horseback through the mountains, slept at estancias (large sheep ranches), hiked on glaciers, experienced the "Patagonia" four seasons in day weather and the near hurricane winds.  A truly amazing vacation, especially for anyone who loves the outdoors.

The majority of our pictures were taken with a Nikon D70 with one of three lens: Nikon 18-70mm Zoom, Nikon 80-400mm Zoom, or Sigma 100-300mm Zoom.  A few were taken with a Pentax Optio 4Si.  We hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we enjoyed taking them.


Buenos Aires

Peninsula Valdes

Los Glacieres National Park

Perito Moreno Glacier


Torres Del Paine


Puerto Natales








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