‘The Andes - Natural Beauty of Chile’
— Gaston Oyarzun
Gaston Oyarzun's Andes: Natural Beauty of Chile is a rare collection of photos and essays that detail the remarkable cultural and geological diversity of the Chilean Andes.
The Andes extend some 4500 kilometers along the length of South America, like a spine, featuring some of the world's most striking summits, including of course Patagonia's Torres del Paine and Argentina's Aconcagua, the highest point in the Americas at 6960 meters, as well as the scenic but largely unknown volcanoes of the Atacama Desert to the north.
Andes: Natural Beauty of Chile documents them all, offering inspiring photographs of this compelling range, as well as shots of vintage Randonee skiing in the Andes.