Sunday, May 3, 2009

Photo Album

For those who want to see it all . . . .

Chile 2009

5 comments:

Vicki Lansen

Incredible photos! I think that some people think of the whole event here as something wildly cinematic and slightly romantic in scheme. Overall, from the long view, I suppose it looks that way. But in truth, and as you must now know, it's anything but tragic, confusing and emotionally convoluted.

I'm so glad you got here, and had a chance to see this strange place. I'm sorry my socks were returned by bus. Bad timing on my part. I was amazed to see the termales still open...might have to visit soon if I'm feeling daring.

Best wishes, and thanks for posting the wonderful photos of your trip!

Vicki

Vicki Lansen

I meant "nothing but tragic..." wish there was an edit feature... :)

Vicki

Pissenlit

Oh yay! Great photos!

I've enjoyed your travel blog posts w/pics!

Melissa

Karen, I have enjoyed reviewing your photos of Chaiten post-eruption. I'm sure your journey was excellent, as are any to the region. If you would like photos taken in the few months (Feb-March) pre- eruption to give you a better sense of what the town was like in it's full glory, I'd be happy to share them with you as I have hundreds from my short stay.

Karen Dionne

I'm so glad you all enjoyed the photos - I'm beginning to sound like a broken record, but it truly was an amazing experience.

Melissa - I would LOVE to see your photos of Chaiten taken before the eruption. I know my perception of the town is skewed and very narrow - it would be terrific to be able to get a sense of what Chaiten was like before. My email is karendionne@bksp.org. Thanks for offering!

And Vicki - you are so sweet to go to such trouble to send me a pair of socks! I bought a pair in Puerto Montt on the way home, to remind me of you. I left a copy of my novel for you with Nicolas - has he sent it to you yet? So sorry we didn't get to meet in person. Next time!

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