Patagonia is a world of breathtaking beauty. Situated at the vast southern ice field, it is home to soaring, jagged granite massifs, deep blue glaciers, turquoise lakes and, in the month of April, endless lenga forest in peak autumn colors. But it is the ever changing light and weather that makes it so very special. The perfect arrangement of elements in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park: A spot lit, deep blue iceberg is dwarfed by surrounding towering mountains which have receded into the shade, except for the glorious, jagged summit, bathed in the warm light of the afternoon sun.