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Habitar la immensidad: Patagonia

 
Fotografías minimalistas que muestran cómo los chilenos habitamos e intervenimos nuestro territorio austral. De cómo la escala humana se hace presente frente a la amplitud del paisaje que se pierde en el infinito.
 
Por Pablo Valenzuela Vaillant 

Hidden details in Pumalin Park

 
"if you don't know the Chilean forest, you don't know this planet," once wrote the Nobel-winning, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Herein, a photo gallery of the hidden treasures of the forest on the trail to Volcán Michinmhuida, in Parque Pumalín. Special thanks to José Suárez, a forest engineer with Parque Pumalín, who described each specie.
 
By Ignacio Palma

Patagonia desde el espacio

 
Una selección de más de 2 mil imágenes de la Patagonia capturadas desde el espacio por los astronautas de la NASA, durante la misión 47 de la Estación Espacial Internacional el mes pasado. 
 
Por Camilo Rada 

Parque Nacional Conguillío in the fall

 
Located in the Araucania region of southern Chile, in April and May Conguillio National Park experiences an explosion of different tones and shades. One can find the darkest blacks at Llaima volcano to the striking reds, yellows and oranges that announce the arrival of the coldest months to the impenetrable green of the araucaria trees. 
 
By Augusto Dominguez y Clara Ribera

12 x Chile

 
Con una imagen de los cuernos de Torres del Paine, el arquitecto y fotógrafo Manuel Fuentes obtuvo el primer lugar en los Chile National Awards 2015, galardón que es parte de los Sony World Photography Awards. Este premio motivó a él y a su pareja, la también fotógrafa Isidora Campagne, a impulsar 12xChile, proyecto que busca retratar un destino de nuestro país por cada mes del año.

Twilight on the Santa Cruz River

 
Argentine Patagonia's most endangered river. Photos from the story "Twilight on the Santa Cruz River," from Issue 8. 
 
By Michael Gaige

The North Face Expedición al Monte San Lorenzo

 
Con cerca de 3.706 msnm, San Lorenzo, en la región de Aysén de Chile es una de las mayores montañas de la Patagonia. The North Face patrocinó esta expedición de esquí de montaña en septiembre de 2014. 
 
Por Juan Luis de Heeckeren 

Saving Futaleufú

 
The big river under threat: A global treasure in Chilean Patagonia faces an uncertain future. Photos from the cover story of Issue 4.

By Sebastian Alvarez  

Patagonian Expedition Race

 
In adventure or expedition racing, teams are trekking, cross-country running, mountain biking and sea kayaking as they navigate across wild terrain.  The Patagonian Expedition Race is a 700km+ expedition race in Southern Chilean Patagonia in often unexplored and isolated parts of the Chilean wilderness, completely unsupported. Photos by Colin Henderson, Alexandra Buisse, Ulrik Hassemann, Justin Lotak, and Chris Radcliffe. 

Los ganadores del Primer Concurso de Fotografía de la Patagonia

 
Patagon Journal recibió fotos de más de 350 participantes para el concurso en las categorías: Naturaleza, Medioambiente, Viajes & Cultura y Deportes al Aire Libre. Los editores de la revista escogieron cuatro ganadores y cuatro segundos lugares, uno por categoría, más tres menciones honrosas en base a su contenido, composición y originalidad. Asimismo, el público votó para elegir tres "premios del lector”.

Rave Patagonia: Patagonia's rivers at risk

 
Photos from Rave Patagonia (Rapid Assessment Visual Expedition), organized by the International League of Conservation Photographer  (ILCP).  The team included Pullitzer Prize winner and National Geographic photographer Jack Dykinga, and award-winning photographers Daniel Beltra, Bridget Besaw and Jeff Foott. 
 

Colors of Patagonia

A visual essay showing some of the incredible scenery at Torres del Paine Park and the Magallanes region of southern Chilean Patagonia.

By Francisco Negroni

Finding Silencio, huemul of the Baker River

 
Park rangers frrom Conservacion Patagonica recently tracked huemuls that live in the areas around the Baker River in Aysen, which are threatened by floods if the HidroAysen dam project is built. 
 
By Conservacion Patagonica 

Caleta Tortel

 
Caleta Tortel, in March 2001, in the last months just before a new road was built connecting the long isolated village to the Carretera Austral. These photos were taken for an article written by Jimmy Langman that was published in the U.S. newspapers San Francisco Chronicle and Newsday.
 
By Jimmy Langman
 

Riesco Island under threat

 
Tremendous biodiversity is found inside Riesco Island's Alcalufe National Reserve and the nearby Francisco Coloane Marine Park. But in February 2011, Chilean regional environmental authorities in Magallanes approved a large-scale coal mine project called Mina Invierno that has seriously put in danger this extraordinary place.
 
By Evelyn Pfeiffer 

Black gold of Coihuin

For years, pelillo, a black algae species that had been abudant on Chile's coasts was close to extinction. Today, pelillo has returned with great strength to Chile's coasts, with entire families working to extract it.

By Francisco Negroni

Rural Patagonia

 
Photos of rural life in the Magallanes region, in southern Chilean Patagonia.  
 
By Gabriel Ortega
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