The Viedma Glacier ends in the water of Viedma lake, the basin it formed in prehistorical eras.
The glacier is fed by the icefields of Hielos Continentales in Argentina, and it was a matter of controversy about the fact the glacier is loosing volume. Global warming vs. natural physical processes are being invoked to explain it, but it is a fact that the glaciers retreat is happening long before the global warming is present, maybe the last 1.000 years.
Startrek's Enterprise hovering over Patagonia, using the lenticular cloud camouflage.
Spaceship was "discovered" flying over Rupai Pacha, a charming touristic farm in Santa Cruz province, Argentina. Up to now, no lambs' abduction were reported...
The tiny town of El Chaltén, under the massive granite custody of the Fitz Roy, maybe one of the most beautiful mountains in the world, and certainly one of the most difficult for climbers, due to the combination of unpredictable weather with fierce winds, his altitude -3.406 mts, more than 9.200 feet- and its flat vertical walls.
The mountain named after Captain Robert Fitz Roy, was known by the original inhabitants as Chaltén and believed to be a volcano.