Patagonia: Parque Nacional los Glaciares, Argentina

Situated near the southern tip of South America, between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Patagonia is a region notorious for its nasty weather - especially the relentless wind. The photography can be challenging; oftentimes the peaks are covered in clouds and the wind blows so strong that just standing is tough enough, nevermind setting up a tripod and camera!

In the region of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, near the towns of El Calafate and El Chaltén in Argentina, huge glaciers flow out from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, around the jagged spires of the Fitz Roy Range and other mountains, and into large turqouise lakes.  It's a spectacular region - a place where mother nature is flexing her muscles.

Laguna Sucia
Patagonia, Argentina
Monte Fitz Roy Alpenglow
Patagonia, Argentina
Fitz Roy Panorama
Patagonia, Argentina
Fitz Roy Sunrise #2
Patagonia, Argentina
Chaltén Towers
Patagonia, Argentina
Cerro Torre Reflection
Patagonia, Argentina
Chaltén Moonlight
Patagonia, Argentina
Poincenot Reflection
Patagonia, Argentina
Laguna de los Tres
El Chaltén
Cerro Torre Reflection #2
Patagonia, Argentina
Lenga Forest
Argentina
Monte Fitz Roy Reflection
Patagonia, Argentina
Cerro Torre Reflection #4
Patagonia, Argentina
Monte Fitz Roy
Patagonia, Argentina
Cerro Madsen Sunrise
Patagonia, Argentina
Fitz Roy Sunrise
Patagonia, Argentina
Glaciar Perito Moreno
Patagonia, Argentina
Fitz Roy Sunrise Panorama #3
Patagonia, Argentina
Glaciar Perito Moreno Panorama
Argentine Patagonia