I’ve been color correcting again, so here are a few more pictures to review from the dry, dry desert of northern Chile, the Atacama. During my travels there, I took a number of tours, including the more atypical tourist destination of the Chuquicamata mine, near Calama. The world’s largest (by volume) open pit mine, Chuquicamata… Read More A few more photos from the Atacama region of Chile
In October of 2004, I was inspired to travel to Chile after having seen a fabulous, Dickensian telenovela called “Pampa Ilusión,” which was set in the Atacama desert region of that country, in a saltpeter mining town. I had a brand new camera – a Canon PowerShot G5 – but I’d not had time to… Read More Revisiting Chile: The Atacama
Tatio Geysers, Chile, a set on Flickr. One of the more incredible sights in the Atacama Desert region of northern Chile are the Tatio Geysers. The geyser field, at 4300m above sea level, is the highest geyser field in the world. To get there, we left San Pedro de Atacama in predawn pitch blackness to… Read More Tatio Geysers, Chile
Salar de Atacama, Southern Lakes, a set on Flickr. Because it’s still winter in the northern hemisphere, it makes perfect sense to look at photos of Chile!