In 2013, I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Patagonia as part of a landscape architecture studio at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. We flew to Santiago, where we spent a few days exploring the city, and then flew further south to Balmaceda. From there, we rented a van and navigated our way further south about 8 hours to Coyhaique and Cochrane. We explored several sites along the Baker and Pascua Rivers. This collection captures the lines and textures of the local landscape – from mountains to lakes to a mosaic of different plant species.