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Exploring an endangered resource in Argentine Patagonia.

Trekking + Exploring Photo Essay


 

About The Author

Adam Roy

Chicago native Adam Roy is the former-Editor of Matador Sports and an aspiring renaissance man to boot. For more of Adam's writing, check out his blog at Ill-Advised Adventures.

  • http://www.nancythegnomette.com Nancy

    Sweet photos. I’m so excited to be there in about a month!

  • http://www.talesfromtwocities.wordpress.com Kirsten

    Great photos! I was there in April but it was a bit overcast. Did you do the Big Ice tour?

  • http://www.mikesryukyugallery.com Ryukyu Mike

    Pictures worth a thousand words; froze my butt-off looking and almost grabbed the drink in photo #11 !

  • http://matadortrips.com/ Hal Amen

    Unbelievable, Adam. You had me with the first shot.

  • http://allenburt.org Allen Burt

    Did this exactly 4 mths ago! Amazing!

  • http://www.bearshapedsphere.blogspot.com eileen

    Glad you got such excellent weather, and it looks like a great time!

    Well done! And lovely pics, of course.

  • http://www.collazoprojects.com Julie

    Beautiful; I especially liked #1.

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