Through the lens: Sailing in Tierra del Fuego

  • Through the lens: Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) is the name given to the archipelago on the bottom tip of South America. It is the last piece of civilisation before you hit Antarctica. The remote landscape is home to amazing wildlife and views of the Southern Andes. These photos are from a sailing trip taken near Ushuaia.

Perfect conditions for sailing the Beagle Channel.

On top at the bottom of the world.

Seal life in Tierra del Fuego.

Sailing in the Beagle Channel

View from the front of the boat when sailing in the Beagle Channel.

This sailing trip leaves from Ushuaia in Argentina. It’s known world’s most Southern most city. (Chile’s Puerto Williams disputes this)

The weather is often wild in this part of the world. On this particular day I got lucky with perfect glass waters which made it a memorable experience.

Digital stuff:
GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Sony RX 100mi

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Phil Bourne is a digital communications professional with over 9 years experience in digital strategy and production. Phil posts about digital storytelling, technology and travel.

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