Photo Blog: Wildlife of Chile and Patagonia

An art blog inspired by nature

Happy Sunday everyone, I’m currently hard at work on some new paintings, taking what I learned in Patagonia and doing my best to transform it onto canvas. Now I’m working on a painting that combines new landscapes with my cosmic nature paintings, and I’m much looking forward to sharing.

In the meantime I’d like to share some photos of the wonderful wildlife I encountered from North to South. I’m thrilled that I was able to see so many completely wild creatures: no bars, no cages, no hand-feeding, roaming free in this harsh wilderness that throws at them some extraordinary challenges. I wonder if they realise how beautiful their home is?

Cormorants and seagulls in Punta Arenas, Patagonia

On the drive into Torres del Paine, there were plenty of guanacos and the hunting caracara.

Cowbirds, thrushes and more enjoying foraging for dusk insects outside our Lago Grey lodge. They were incredibly comfortable…

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