Chile from wet to dry.

October 11, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

It's exciting being in a country where one day you are in the wettest part of South America and 24 hours later you are in an area that hasn't seen rain for 75 years.

It's even more exciting seeing the wettest part, when it is fine and the glaciers are hanging over your head.

Moving from reflecting lakes with luscious vegetation to remarkable dry, brick coloured clay that surround the Atacama dessert. To scramble down a raven full of cactus, to ascent to 4000 meters and see geysers, then watch the sun set over the Atacama.

So ended our 10 weeks tour of South America. A deeply enriching experience that I wished had continued for ever.

The images are at Click Here

Many thanks to those that have followed the trip and commented on the images. It's been wonderful sharing this journey.

 


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