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| p.1 #10 · Which lenses to take to Patagonia |
My wife and I visited all these places in a 6-week cruise circumnavigating
South America, stopping at more than two dozen ports. We took airplane
excursions for some day excursions to Torres del Paine, Nazca Lines, etc.,
so we got around a lot off-ship.
When we arrived in Ushuaia in late summer (early March), it was
snowing, Tango music everywhere, with an Alpine ambience
(Andes crash into ocean). Strange, beautiful place.
Definitely need wide-angle for spectacular landscape views and
100-400 L or other telescopic for close-ups of critters.
Used my wife's point and shoot for people pictures.
Have a great time. It was the trip of a lifetime among the
100+ countries we have visited.