About the Book
This book is well organized, and meticulously written. It presents an informative guide to a remote and obviously beautiful part of our planet that many readers have heard of but few have actually visited—or thought of visiting until now. The approachable, friendly style of the writing and the narrative flow seamlessly to the last page. I believe Patagonia does a fine job of bringing to life a remote and exciting part of the world in a short, neatly-packaged travelogue that should appeal to all readers—from hardcore hikers to armchair travelers to fans of exotic places. The overall descriptive and stylish tone of the book should make for a positive reading experience.
An engineer by profession and a passionate photographer, Bob Ozibko has been dedicated to nature and travel photography for most of his life. His photographs have appeared in Aquarium magazine, Zoonooz, Photographics, Popular Photography, Nature Photographer, Wonderful Wetlands, The International Library of Photography, and many travel catalogs. He travels extensively around the United States and the world to capture the best of nature. His favorite subjects are wildlife, people, and landscapes. Bob is the author of Patagonia, The Inca Trail, Svalbard, Africa, and Burma.