From Patagonia to the Atacama: exploring the Chilean Andes

I have a lot of blogging to catch up on….but for now, I shall leave you with a pictorial journey of our trip to Chile.

Patagonia

Puerto Natales

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Torres del Paine – W Circuit

Days 1 & 2 Mirador Las Torres (The Towers)

Day 3 Lake Nordenskjöld

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Day 4 Valle del Francés

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Day 5 Glacier Grey

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Valparaiso

New Years

Street Art & More

Atacama Desert

San Pedro de Atacama

Piedras Rojas

Miscanti and Miñeques Lagoons

Salt Flats & Flamingos

Geyser del Tatio & Village of Machuca

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Valle de la Luna

Categories: Chile, Travel

angie campbell

I am an expat from the United States living in Wellington, New Zealand. My love affair with landscape, culture, and learning has led to a life filled with travel and academic institutions. Endowed with endless curiosity, I spend a great deal of time philosophizing about anything and everything, but very often pertaining to environmental issues. I should note that I am not formally trained in environmental philosophy, nor do I have the vocabulary competency to pass for someone who has. My writing is a somewhat tongue and cheek.

I am using this blog as a means to work through some of this thinking and to follow my own pathway of inquiry, while providing (hopefully) some meaningful insight of what it is like to live as an American in Aotearoa New Zealand. I am sure at some point there will be some interesting travel photos once I make the leap from iphone to fancy camera.

There is a secondary tab to the this blog spot. Reflections of the Watering Hole is an old blog I started during one of my academic stints studying the social and environmental impacts of oil and natural gas development in the Denver Julesburg Basin in the United States. While some of the information is a bit 'dated' (I started it in 2013), many of the conundrums remain relative today.

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