Cathedral of Santiago Chile
Interior view from a front row, wood bench seat, at the main Cathedral of Santiago Chile on the Plaza de Armas in the city center. Exposures were long at 1/3 of a second, so without a tripod, I wedged the camera between my knees while seated, firing a dozen "timer" shots. The timer delays the snap of the shutter two seconds, helping minimize camera shake on the these long exposure shots.
Isla de Chiloé, Chile - Swoop Patagonia's Blog
When Darwin visited Chiloé in 1835, he described the island as “the border of Christianity”, both in the geographical and spiritual sense. The brilliant researcher was marveled by the co-habitation achieved between Mapuche Indians and the Spanish conquerors over three centuries. This relationship has helped bring about a culture which can be appreciated today in …