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El Califate and the All Glacier Tour

April 2nd 2014
Glaciers Galore and Icebergs Aplenty I was lashed by freezing wind and occasional horizontal rain, but I couldn't leave the deck of our big catamaran, The Patagonia--there was magic everywhere! Gliding by us, all around were icebergs from the size of toy boats to cruise ships. They'd been wind- and water-sculpted into a myriad of fanciful, hulking and anthropomorphic shapes. I saw birds, ... read more
South America » Argentina » Santa Cruz » El Calafate

Argentine Flag Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After World War II, a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule an... ... read more
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4th April 2014

Wow
This is one of the most stunning glacier/nature photos I've seen! Great photography, Tara. You must have discovered some new shades of blue here. ;)
4th April 2014

Shades of blue
Indeed, Michelle, so many blues and amazing shapes, I was quite willing to freeze my tail off! Thanks so much for your compliments for my photos.
21st April 2014

Oh my-- Stunning
The blues and greens blend into something superb! Whipped by the wind and rain....reminds me of a couple of days on the Irish coast. ha! Even so we love traveling off season. Photo fantastic once again.
22nd April 2014

Thanks, Merry Jo!
These were amazing colors and shapes. Patagonia is unique. And like you, I love traveling in the off-season--no crowds, no reservations.

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