Admiralty Sound Expedition Report

in Essays/Field Notes

In Tierra del Fuego, where the Atlantic meets the Pacific, land and sea are not so much interwoven as fractured—splintered and shattered. At the southern terminus of the Andes, it is as if the mountains are using the remainder of their geological force to dive out of the deep and frigid sea.

Originally published in the Summer 2016 edition of the Miami Rail.

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