Editor: Goff Books; Box edition (November 18, 2014)
Formato: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Tamaño: 9.8 MB
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never-ending sky, rock, and water: the place the arid grasslands of southern Argentina meet the Atlantic Ocean, the wild winds and waters of Patagonia have sculpted a mystical panorama. This wonderland is Monte León nationwide Park. proven in 2002 via public–private collaboration, the park’s production was once brought on via a present from Kristine Tompkins, the previous CEO of the garments corporation named for this mythical quarter on the backside of the Earth.Encompassing approximately 155,000 acres and 25 miles of coastline, Monte León is now held in belief for destiny generations as a part of Argentina’s nationwide park process. it truly is either a vacation spot for adventurous tourists and a house to an array of charismatic creatures—a position the place guanacos stay ever cautious of stalking pumas, tremendous colonies of Magellanic penguins coat the shorelines, and each tide pool harbors a universe in miniature.In Monte León, photographer Antonio Vizcaíno takes readers on a visible travel of the park’s typical good points, exploring the natural world, landforms, and textures—and the elegant caliber of light—where land meets sea. Essays via the most important gamers who helped beginning the recent park and different specialists supplement Vizcaíno’s pictures. Monte León is a e-book as attractive because the panorama it celebrates. for everybody who has ever dreamed of Patagonia, Monte León is your invitation to go to a treasure of the Patagonia coast.