Spring Day for Snow Geese

Spring 2019 has been a tough year for snow geese photos. A combination of a slow snow melt, and lots of hunters spread out the geese and make they very skittish. With the arrival of spring the snow geese will be moving north, so we made one last trip to have a look for snow geese and enjoyed a wonderful day.

No Snow Geese


It was an early attempt at snow geese, and like last year the lack of snow geese did not mean we did not have a good time with friends, and still get some nice images.


One of the truly unique parts of a visit to this part of Patagonia is the gauchos, the Argentine cowboys, whose lives have not changed much in the last 100 years.

Sunrise in Patagonia

For many photographers, sunrises are kind of cliche. Pretty colours in the clouds is kind of an easy way out to get an image that appeals to people. Well, here are mine anyway. In Patagonia, a day without wind is not common, so when it is calm there is a chance for fog to form over the rivers and wet lands adding to the feeling of the morning. All these shots are from one morning where the horses came over for a visit, as did a young fox. The soft pink skies were in the opposite direction of the hard orange sun rise.