Tagged With: Torres del Paine
Text & Photos: Julie Schwietert Collazo * “When will we start learning and caring about places before disasters?” someone wrote on Twitter this weekend in response to the news about the earthquake in Chile. I understand the impetus of the question, but there’s something naive about it as well. There are so many places to … Continue reading
Text: Julie Schwietert Collazo Photos: Francisco Collazo & Julie Schwietert Collazo As the last two weeks of 2008 spin towards history, I find myself in bitingly cold New York City, where I’m wrapped in at least two layers of clothes by day and sleeping under two comforters at night. New York has been my home … Continue reading
After an incredible week in Chile, I’m back home and it’s time to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard, as the case may be). Don’t get me wrong: I love my home office here in New York City. But after spending the past week either outdoors or looking out onto these views… it’s … Continue reading
Text & Photos: Julie Schwietert Collazo Translated by: Francisco Collazo * [vease abajo para la version en espanol] There are a hundred thoughts that pass through your mind when you’re standing in front of glaciers and icebergs in Patagonian Chile. You think about time and the environment, about beauty and what it means to see … Continue reading
Photos taken on the road between Punta Arenas and Torres del Paine, in Chilean Patagonia, between 8:00 and 9:00 PM on November 13. Fotos tomadas en el camino entre Punta Arenas y Torres del Paine, en la Patagonia chilena, entre 8 y 9 de la noche el 13 de Noviembre.