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Patagonia 2012

Patagonia is absolutely another part of the World for the Russians. Nevertheless, many of them know about existence of this territory on the very south of South America: at the mention of Patagonia almost everybody remember Jules Verne's novel “Captain Grant’s children”. Undoubtedly, Patagonia is one of the world landscape masterpieces. There are unusual and very expressive shapes of mountain relief and glaciers streaming down into lakes and even into the sea – it makes Patagonia unique.

In January 2012 we have performed a photo expedition to this amazing place. We spent almost a month on the territory of national parks Los Glaciares in Argentina and Torres del Paine in Chile. The main objects of our photo explorations in the national park Los Glaciares were the glacier Perito Moreno, outskirts of the Mount Fits Roy and Lake Torre with cliffs Sierra Torre; in the national park Torres del Paine – granite towers Torres, inimitable massif Cuernos and Lake Pehoe. In closing of our travel we participated in a journey to glaciers Balmaceda and Cerrano.

A large photo collection is a result of our travel to Patagonia. You can find this photo collection and read about the travel in the author’s blog. Here you can find the beginning of the story about Patagonia. There is a link to the next part of the story at the end of each publication.

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