Photo by Luján Agusti lujanag / Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina: Three cyclists ride along the coast of the Beagle Channel during an autumn afternoon. On the other side is Chile. The channel stretches for 280 kilometers (170 mi), connecting the waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Follow me at lujanag to learn more about my life and work in the southern island of Tierra del Fuego.

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