Various locations around Chile... and mostly a lot of bird photos.
Isla Magdelena is a small island in the Strait of Magellen. It's a good size - too small to attract much human attention through history, but large enough to off real habitat for a number of breeding seabirds. Of course, the most famous of these are the Magellenic Penguins. Populations have been up to 60,000...
If you described a flamingo to someone who'd never heard of them, I don't think you'd be believed.
This national park is where Patagonia meets the mountains. Rolling tundra plains give way to turquoise lakes, spires of rock, and ancient sheets of ice.
Valparaiso is Chile's largest port city, and in many ways its cultural capital. The city is a chaotic mix of colorful buildings and street art strung along squiggling streets perched on the side of a hill.