Dec 01, 2017 - National Geographic Orion
The West Falklands provide one with a sense of what life is like on the frontier between civilization and raw wilderness. While the islands have been mostly cultivated for sheep or cattle, there persists a constant reminder that this landscape cannot be completely tamed. The elements and native animals that thrive in them carry on despite the anthropological disturbance with a delightful dissonance that rarely experienced so gently.
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