VIDEO: Icebergs Broken Off the Upsala Glacier & New Years

I took some short videos on my trip — this one was from the catamaran trip to various glaciers in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. According to the guides, three days prior to our tour, the Upsala Glacier began breaking up sending off these brilliant icebergs seen below and in my photos. Usually the catamaran would go right up to the glacier — which is 4 times the size of Buenos Aires and twice the size of the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. Temperatures had been warm — even for summer.

Also, check out the band just after New Years (and finally it begins getting dark) at Los Cauquenes near Ushuaia, Argentina.

PHOTOS: Penguins, New Years, Fin del Mundo, Tierra del Fuego

Part 3, the final installment of my Patagonia photos, from Ushuaia, Argentina — the southermost city in the world and capital of Tierra del Fuego province. Photos from Santiago Chile will follow — I am now back in Los Angeles, feeling great, refreshed, and back to the so-called grind. Let’s grab coffee or a drink! Happy New Year.

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Glaciers, Icebergs, More Patagonia Photos

I am now in Santiago, Chile after a few days in Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world at about 55 degrees Latitude. I’ve uploaded photos through the 30th — almost caught up — and you can see them below or on my flickr page.

View details of the photos below by hovering or clicking on the bottom of the photo. More narrative to follow. If you can’t view the below slidewhow, click here to view via flickr. Previous slideshows from this trip are here (Buenos Aires) and here (Patagonia — Lakes Edition).

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