from Brad Penoyer / Added

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    A Team Seduction Production Sixty days and eight thousand miles, from skydiving to forest fires, volcanic eruptions and glaciers - this documentary is video evidence of the trip of lifetime in one of the wildest regions left on the planet. Track List Intro: King and Queens - Thirty Seconds to Mars Part 1: White Lies - Odesza (ft. Jenni Potts) [Crush Effect Remix] Part 2: All I Know - Washed Out Part 3: Spectrolite - Roger Sellers Credits: Dale Dale - Jeites Download music from Part 1 for free here: soundcloud.com/crusheffect/white-lies-ft-jenni-potts-crush-effect-remix

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    • Atrevete Calle 13 - Video FINAL


      from Juan Cruz Ordóñez / Added

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      Video Clip cumpleaños de 15 de María José Aldauc. Versión del tema "Atrevete" de Calle 13. Idea, producción y edición: Juan Cruz Ordóñez. CALAFATE PRODUCCIONES. calafatepro@gmail.com 2966-15-528977

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      • EL CALAFATE 2015


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        Edit with Go Pro Studio Music: Priory - Weekend. Pls watch in HD! 1) Montevideo Carrasco Airport 2) Jorge Newberry Buenos Aires Airport - 0.12 3) Minitrekking at Glacier Perito Moreno - 0.18 4) Balcony view at Glacier Perito Moreno - 1.13 5) Glacio Bar El Calafate - 1.28 6) Torres Del Paine - 1.45 7) Estancia Rio Mitre - 2.23 8) Calafate Mountain Park -3.08 9) El Calafate Airport (next to Lake Argentino) - 3.38 10) Montevideo city (Carrasco Airport) - 3.46 11) Balcony view at El Calafate - 3.58

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        • Mateo


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          Esta es la historia de un viaje desde El Calafate Santa Cruz hasta San Martin de los Andes, recorriendo la ruta 40 en Argetina y parte de la carretera austral en chile a cargo de Mateo Cassini y su motomel de 110 cc despues de haber recorrido unos 2150 kms en 18 dias

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          • Perito Moreno Glacier - Patagonia


            from Marc Suzdak / Added

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            Pickup at 9AM for the trip to the Moreno glacier which is a sustainable glacier - it grows some years and retreats others but essentially stays the same size over the last century. As we are driving, the typical Patagonian landscape is reminiscent of Alaska or Iceland with wonderful mountains and flowing ranges, mostly devoid of anything other than brush and small plants. You can travel for hours and see nothing but the beautiful landscape, with fences along all of the roads, dividing all of the huge private and public parcels of land. Interesting that farming does not exist due to the lack of rainfall, arid soil and even if the huge reservoirs of glacier water would be utilized, the persistent wind quickly dries out the soil - in short, a lost cause. The raising of cattle and antelopes are also not being done any more in 95% of the cases for the same reasons, the only viable ranches are those that are also being used in the tourist industry – there is a lot of underutilized land. Toward the east there is mining for gold and copper but not here - tourism is the economy. As a comparison- the land mass of Santa Fe, the province we are in is roughly 50% of the size of Italy - about 51K square miles but the population is 290K vs. 60 million in Italy. There is little produced here- everything is imported from central Argentina. The climate and surroundings are subject to quick changes though and as we get within a few miles of the Moreno glacier, you can see a steady change to a wooded forest type environment. Had you closed your eyes for about 20 minutes while driving thru the typical Patagonian landscape and reopened them when arriving in the park, you would think that you had been transplanted into another country. Our guide for the day takes most of the three+ hour walk with us - in 2009, they constructed a series of aluminum walkways linking all of the viewing areas, replacing the small and narrow trails which had existed before (basically one person wide). We take a one hour boat ride to the base of one side of the Moreno glacier (the largest in Argentina) - the glacier is approx. 170 feet deep (underwater to the base rock) and just as tall. We got to see several sections are of the glacier calving while we were there. The shape of the outer perimeter of the glacier looks like it had been cut with a chainsaw - the force of the growing ice and weight of such keep all in proportion - when it falls out of the range, a piece of the ice calves... The glacier has filled the middle of the lake except for a small area connecting the two sections of the lake but as a result, there is a difference in the height of the water table from one side of the glacier to the other of 10-20 feet. On a regular basis, last being in 2013, this small area was completely covered by the glacier during the winter which causes the height of the water table to increase even more significantly until the spring when the force of the lake punches thru another opening in the new ice to reconnect the two sides of the lake. Nature at its best! Interesting factoid - more of southern Chile as opposed to Argentina is covered by the glaciers due to the humidity and rainfall coming off the Pacific Ocean. If you are in southern Chile and want to travel north, in most cases, you need to come across the border to Argentina as there are no north / south roads in that area due to the glaciers.

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            • El Calafate - The Town


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              A town of 20,000 more reminiscent of Buenos Aires with a tree lined boulevard. Wandering dogs are a common theme in Argentina; as we are sitting in a sidewalk cafe for lunch a small black and white dog decides that he would like a turning car to stop so he stays in front of it barking even as it does not stop... A little determined - after about 10 feet, he relents and lets the car pass. Not a lot of big sites in town, the glacial museum was a little confusing and the wildlife refuge was OK but was a little devoid of wildlife. They were putting a new roof on the reception building and the crew of about five had one of the workers standing halfway up on a ladder cutting pieces of wood with a circular saw which he was holding in his other hand - a real OSHA special! The hotel (Alto Calafate Hotel) is located about a mile outside of town on a hill overlooking the town and has an hourly shuttle service to the center of the town. Had a free dinner at the hotel this evening! Turned in early - bear in mind that Argentinians do not usually eat until about 9PM (most restaurants do not even open until 7:30PM) - we are generally asleep by then - on the other hand - do not expect Argentineans to be bright and cheery in the AM either...

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              • Nature Preserve - El Calafate - Patagonia


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                Located 10 minutes outside of El Calafate, a wonderful place to spend a few hours. Lots of bird species and very pretty observation huts to watch nature without disturbing the action!

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                • La naftalina de Silvina-Camaleon


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                  Video producido para La naftalina de Silvina, en El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Patagonia Argentina.

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                  • Patagônia Março de 2014


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                    Nossa viagem à Patagônia Argentina em Março de 2014. Roteiro: Porto Alegre - São Paulo - Buenos Aires - Ushuaia - El Calafate - Buenos Aires - São Paulo - Porto Alegre

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                    • Life in El Calafate, Patagonia.


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                      Directed by Silvana Barrero.

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