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HOME (Russian) >>> WORLD NATURE LANDSCAPES >>> CENTRAL and SOUTH AMERICA

This section of the site contains our photographs of natural landscapes of the world, including geological formations, relief forms, natural water bodies and vegetation types, as well as some plants and animals, typical to different native zones and geographical regions.

This page contains the list of images of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago (Argentina, South America) nature:
natural landscapes, vegetation types and some animals.
Clicking on the preview in the list below you will be transferred to the page with the full sized image
(usually 1024 x 768 pixels and approximately 60 kilobytes).

South America

"Land of Fire" Archipelago
Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

Lake Escondido and Patagonian Andes (South Andes).
Altitudinal vegetation zones are visible - the border between beech deciduous forest and
subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height of about 500 meters above sea level.
Ushuaia, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
Lake Escondido and Patagonian Andes (South Andes).
Altitudinal vegetation zones are visible - the border between beech deciduous forest and
subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height of about 500 meters above sea level.
Ushuaia, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
Freshwater Lake Escondido in the Patagonian Andes (South Andes).
Altitudinal vegetation zones are visible - the border between beech deciduous forest and
subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height of about 500 meters above sea level.
Ushuaia, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
Freshwater Lake Escondido in the Patagonian Andes (South Andes).
Altitudinal vegetation zones are visible - the border between beech deciduous forest and
subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height of about 500 meters above sea level.
Ushuaia, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
Broadleaved deciduous forest with Winter's Bark, or Canelo (Drimys winteri)
predominance on the border with subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height
of about 500 meters above sea level.
Patagonian Andes, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
Broadleaved deciduous forest with Winter's Bark, or Canelo (Drimys winteri)
predominance on the border with subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height
of about 500 meters above sea level.
Patagonian Andes, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
The Pan-American Highway, going through South and North America for 48000 kilometers
and connecting "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) on the South and Alaska on the North.
Patagonian Andes, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
South islands of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago - is the prolongation
of the Patagonian Andes (Patagonian plateau).
View from the Beagle Channel - the strait separating Tierra del Fuego Archipelago
and South America continent.
South islands of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago - is the prolongation
of the Patagonian Andes (Patagonian plateau).
View from the Beagle Channel - the strait separating Tierra del Fuego Archipelago
and South America continent.
South islands of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago from the Beagle Channel.
Altitudinal vegetation zones are visible - the border between beech deciduous forest and
subantarctic mountain alpine meadows at a height of about 500 meters above sea level.
Patagonian Andes, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
The Beagle Channel - the strait separating Tierra del Fuego Archipelago and South America continent.
Patagonian Andes, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
One of the southern islands of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago in the Beagle Channel -
the strait separating Tierra del Fuego Archipelago and South America continent.
The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
The lighthouse on the small island of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago
in the Beagle Channel. The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
The Beagle Channel - the strait separating Tierra del Fuego Archipelago and South America continent.
Argentina, South America
The sea-bird colony on the small island of the "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago
in the Beagle Channel. The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, South America
The sea-bird colony with the Antarctic Cormorant, or Shag (Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis)
(Phalacrocoracidae Family) predominance on the small island in the Beagle Channel.
The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) south extremity, Argentina, South America
The South American sea lion (Otaria byronia) (Otariidae Family) rookery (colony)
on the small island in the Beagle Channel.
The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) south extremity, Argentina, South America
The colony of the Antarctic Cormorants (Antarctic Shag, Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis) and
South American sea lion (Otaria byronia) rookery (colony) on the small island in the Beagle Channel.
The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) south extremity, Argentina, South America
The Pintado Petrel, or Cape Petrel (Daption capensis) (Procellariidae Family).
The Beagle Channel, "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) south extremity, Argentina, South America
The Cape Horn - the southernmost tip of South America.
The "Land of Fire" (Tierra del Fuego) south extremity, Argentina, South America.
The Antarctic peninsula is further...

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Except these photograps you can find a lot of images of other geographical regions natural landscapes:
Russia (from West to East): West Baltic (Kurshskaya Kosa), Moscow Region (Central Russia), Northern Caucasus Mountains (Elbruz), Middle Volga (Taiga zone), Middle Volga (Steppe zone), Ural Mountains (Chusovaya river), Taz peninsula (North of Western Siberia), Ob-river valley (Central part of Western Siberia), Altai Steppe and Mountains (South of Western Siberia), Sayan Mountains (South of Western Siberia), Lake Baikal (South of Central Siberia), Sihote-Alin Mountains (South of the Far East), Kuril Islands;
Former USSR States: Georgia (Central Caucasus Mountains), Northern Tien-Shan: Issyk-Kul Lake and Zailiysky Alatau, Western Tien-Shan Mountains (Kirgizstan), Tadjikstan (Pamir Mountains);
Europe: Norway, Finland, UK: England and Scotland, UK: Wales, France, Switzerland, Austria, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus;
Asia: Turkey, Middle East (Syria, Lebanon and Israel), North-East of China (Peking), Sri Lanka, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia (Bali Island);
North America: USA East coast (Eastern states), Alaska, Rocky Mountains (USA, Montana), Yellowstone National Park, Utah and Nevada mountains, South-West steppe and deserts (Arizona and Texas);
Central America: Mexico, Cuba (Caribbean), Guatemala and Honduras, Costa Rica;
South America: Venezuela (Orinoco River and Guiana Highlands), Central Andes and Amazonian Lowland (Peru), Precordillera (Argentina), Brazilian Highlands (Brazilian Plateau), Patagonia (Argentina), Land of Fire (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago;
Africa: Tunis (Tunisia), Egypt, Tenerife Island (Canaries Archipelago) Kenya and Tanzania, Angola, Zambia, Namibia, Swaziland, South African Republic;
Australia and New Zealand: North Australia (Darwin), Australia Northern Territory, South-Eastern Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), South Australia (Melburn, Victoria), New Zealand: North Island, New Zealand: South Island;
Antarctic: Antarctic Peninsula.





 

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