Changing Patagonia Views

March 25th, 2010 Posted in day to day

Written by Shanie

One of the aspects that I love about our property is that it offers a full-sky view of the changing weather.

For example, today started with grey…

But as the day progressed the Patagonian sun burnt off the fog and left a spectacular clear day behind…

that finished off with some color…

and one of those sunset’s that makes me so grateful to be living in this inspiring place…

Thank you Pachamama!


The night sky has continued to be quite enchanting so I thought I would put up a picture of the moonlit view as well…

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