The Patagonia region covers the southern areas of Chile and Argentina and begins north of the Strait of Magellan. It is known for its harsh and cold winters and strong winds. These may be due to various factors, such as the topography of the Andes, distances to the sea, and proximity to glaciers.

The landscapes found here were significantly shaped by ice ages and subsequent warm periods and are equally known for their diverse flora and fauna.

The effects of human influence through urbanization and anthropogenic climate change are also evident here.

All photographs in the archive were taken during an expedition in 2014. They cover the Los Glaciares region, Torres del Paine and sections of the Strait of Magellan.

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