Issue 28: Magic Fitz Roy

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In our cover story of Issue 28, we focus on the works of three photographers – Ramiro Torrents, Francisco Woloch and Tad McCrea – dedicated to capturing the beauty and essence of the Fitz Roy mountain range, which straddles both Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina and Bernardo O’ Higgins National Park in Chile. Like the legendary photographer Ansel Adams, who for decades made Yosemite National Park his primary canvas, these three photographers come back year after year to Fitz Roy to capture some of its natural magic. They share with us some of their best images, and tell about their challenges and earned insights in carrying out their photographic mission at Fitz Roy. It’s a 20-page story filled with awesome photos and inspiration.
Also in Issue 28, we have a report on the challenges of doing business in Patagonia. A sustainable future for the Patagonia region requires businesses like the 8 companies featured in this edition. Elsewhere in this issue, Colombian photographer David Cossio takes us on a journey to the fascinating Melinka Island, American conservationist Brady Robinson shows us how and why Cochamo Valley must be protected, Lezak Shallat tells us about the history and accomplishments of the innovative Hosteria Ecole of Pucon, and Camila Rikli reports on the biodiverse rich Tambopata National Reserve of Peru.
All those stories and more in the new issue of Patagon Journal! Subscribe or become a Premium Member to Patagon Journal and get extra benefits, purchase the magazine in our online store, or look for the magazine at stockists and newsstands.

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