Portrait of 'Huaso Chileno' Chilean Cowboy, Andes Mountains. Shepherding a flock of 1500 sheep. Carey Marks Photography Portrait of a 'Huaso Chileno' - a Chilean Cowboy in the Andes Mountains. Shepherding a flock of 1500 sheep early in the morning 'Huaso Chileno' - Chilean Cowboys in The Andes Mountains. Shepherds taking cattle to market in Chile. Carey Marks Photography 'Huaso Chileno' - Chilean Cowboys Shepherding livestock early morning. The i45 dusty track in Chile - though the Andes towards Argentina. San Fernando Central Region. Scientist sampling 'glacier flour’ or sediment, from Rio Tinguiririca, O’Higgins Region, Chile. Carey Marks Photography The Super-Cool Professor Will Blake of University of Plymouth taking samples of ‘glacier flour’ (sediment) from Rio Tinguiririca, O’Higgins Region, Chile -34.940256, -70.387839 landscape photo Termas del Flaco, Rio Tinguiririca, O’Higgins Region, Chile. Carey Marks Photography Termas del Flaco, looking down upon the settlement from high up in the Andes. Morning shafts of light pierce the scene. Huaso Chileno ‘Chilean Cowboys Huaso Chileno - ‘Chilean Cowboys’ The i45 dusty track in Chile - though the Andes towards Argentina. San Fernando Central Region. Palacios Glacier in the High Andes Chile, close to Argentinian border.Rapidly retreating due to climate change. Carey Marks Photography Palacios Glacier in the High Andes Chile, close to Argentinian border. Rapidly retreating due to climate change. "La luna y los condores" The moon and condors fly high at 4800 metres above the Palacios Glacier in the High Andes in Chile. Agricultural machinery clearing slopes leaves the land vulnerable to soil erosion. Rancagua Basin, Chile. Carey Marks Photography Land conversion in Rancagua Basin, Chile. The use of heavy agricultural machinery on recently cleared steep slopes leaves soil vulnerable to erosion. Fruit and olive production in fertile lowlands is expanding into coastal mountain slopes that were formerly covered by native vegetation. Soil erosion between the vines on the vineyards in Rancagua Basin, Chile. Carey Marks Photography Gullies forming on vineyard slopes. Rancagua Basin, Chile. Recently cleared and planted with vines, these steep slopes are showing signs of soil erosion. Fruit and olive production in fertile lowlands is expanding into coastal mountain slopes that were formerly covered by native vegetation. The Rapel Dam - a Hydroelectric Dam in General Bernardo O'Higgins Region, Chile. Carey Marks Photography The Rapel Dam - a Hydroelectric Dam in General Bernardo O'Higgins Region, Chile.