Monday, November 17, 2008

In which Silas contemplates the great brown sea lions.

Today I have been back to Patagonia. Once again it is May, and therefore late Autumn, and I have been looking down on these great brown sea lions

amassed and bellowing on


platforms of volcanic tuff.


It is a bleak place of plains (the trees are a recent introduction)


and narrow, shallow valleys

with dry soils and strange animals like these guanaco.


I am now on page 139, and happy with my progress.

6 Comments:

Blogger BarbaraS said...

Wonderful pictures, I really love that colour of blue that you get in autumn sea skies.

Tue Nov 18, 08:27:00 am  
Blogger Clare Dudman said...

Thanks, Barbara - it is a lovely blue, isn't - very intense.

Tue Nov 18, 08:56:00 pm  
Blogger Kay said...

I love what you are doing here - exciting! I love the progress reports.Patagonia looks a little like a cross between Central Otago, NZ (Alexandra perhaps) and somewhere in Africa!

Fri Nov 21, 05:41:00 am  
Blogger Clare Dudman said...

Kay - I always imagine NZ being a bit like the UK! You make me want to see it more than ever.

Fri Nov 21, 08:36:00 pm  
Blogger jem said...

Looks like a wonderful place.

I couldnt help trying to spot images and faces in that third image. Rock faces can be so characterful.

Sun Nov 23, 01:16:00 pm  
Blogger Clare Dudman said...

Just taken another look, Jem - yes, I see what you mean - a bit like seeing a man in the moon.

Sun Nov 23, 04:51:00 pm  

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