One of my favorite days in Patagonia was when I took a cruise to the glaciers. It’s a short distance from El Calafate; it’s not Perito Moreno. It’s so amazing to observe all blueish ice formations. It was very relaxing for me, but quite exhausting for my camera. 🙂
Jeden z moich najmilej wspominanych dni w Patagoni, to gdy wybrałam się na kilkugodzinny rejs z El Calafate, wzdłuż lodowców (ale nie do Perito Moreno). Był to spokojny, leniwy dzień, przepełniony wspaniałymi widokami. Tylko mój aparat nie odpoczywał tego dnia. 🙂
9 thoughts on “Argentina – Glaciers”
Leniwy dzień wśród takich lodowców… Dla mnie brzmi jak bajka:)
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The blue color is really very appealing. I can only imagine being there! And yes, my camera would be exhausted, too. Fabulous!
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We loved the glaciers of Patagonia too! So very beautiful.
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I love New Zealand and your pictures are amazing!
Man I agree!!! The color of those glaciers is just superb! Have you ever been to the Chilean side of Patagonia? There is a lot to offer. A little north of where they actually consider “patagonia” are some fabulous places in Chile. I remember we went to the volcano region, Pucon and Puerto Montt. WOW! I really love patagonia. ~Keep Traveleando~ traveleandoblog.com
Thanks! Yes, I also visited some places in Chilean Patagonia, however I hope to go back there one day, because it’s so beautiful and there are thousands places to explore! 🙂
Wow! Your pictures are amazing! Thanks for following my blog. It must be amazing to travel to so many places!!
Thank you! Yes, traveling is a great experience! 🙂