Perito Moreno National Park by Antonio VizcainoPerito Moreno National Park by Antonio Vizcaino

Perito Moreno National Park

PhotographerAntonio VizcainoForeword byDouglas Tompkins

Hardcover | February 3, 2015

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Where the windswept Patagonian steppe meets the Andes, and the massive unclimbed south wall of Cerro San Lorenzo looks down on the Lacteo Valley: Perito Moreno National Park is a stronghold of wild nature. In a region so alluring that is has become synonymous with beauty at the end of the Earth, Perito Moreno National Park is an icon of Patagonia. Named in honor of revered early conservationist Perito Moreno, the 'John Muir of Argentina,' this relatively little visited park is a magnetfor intrepid travelers and ambitious alpinists. Legendary businessman and philanthropist Douglas Tompkins (founder of The North Face) contributes the book's foreword.In a book as grand as the natural area it celebrates,Perito Moreno National Park presents a stunning collection of images of the park by renowned landscape photographer Antonio Vizcaino. With supporting essays from experts on the park's natural and cultural history, this elegant volume offers an armchair tour of one of the world's most scenic and unsullied landscapes. For all of who dream of Patagonia,Perito Moreno National Park is a ticket into the heart of the wild.
A professional nature photographer, editor, and conservationist, Antonio Vizcaino uses beauty to help foster a new culture that respects the value of nature. He lives in Mexico City, Mexico. Douglas Tompkins is an American environmentalist, prominent landowner, conservationist and a former businessman. He lives in Santiago, Chile.
Title:Perito Moreno National ParkFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 13.75 × 13.75 × 2.5 inPublished:February 3, 2015Publisher:Oro EditionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1939621186

ISBN - 13:9781939621184

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