Berny's photos


  • lost tracks

    The Transandine Railway (Spanish: Ferrocarril Trasandino) was a 1000 mm combined rack (Abt system) and adhesion railway which operated from Mendoza in Argentina, across the Andes mountain range via the Uspallata Pass, to Santa Rosa de Los Andes in Chile,…

  • gravelled is my road

    Ruta 149 north of Uspallata, Argentina 2000, scanned slide, Minolta X700

  • Rio San Juan

    dominated by green minerals this is a wild valley and wild road, the Ruta 149, between the famous Ruta 40 in the east and the village Calingasta in the west, Argentina, 2000 Minolta X700, Fujichrome 100


  • Rio San Juan

    dominated by green minerals this is a wild valley and wild road, the Ruta 149, between the famous Ruta 40 in the east and the village Calingasta in the west, Argentina, 2000 Minolta X700, Fujichrome 100

  • finally landed on moon

    Parque Provincial Ischigualasto, also called Valle de la Luna ("Valley of the Moon"), due to its otherworldly appearance, is a provincial protected area in the north-east of San Juan Province, north-western Argentina. For more details see en.wikipedia.org…

  • the camel rock

    Parque Nacional Talampaya, Provincia La Rioja - Argentina, very old Trias sandstone formation, formed by erosion; Minolta X700, Fujichrome 100


  • clouds over Fitz Roy

    Monte Fitz Roy (3405 m) is also called Cerro Chaltén and this word 'Chaltén' comes from a Tehuelche word meaning "smoking mountain", due to a cloud that usually forms around the mountain's peak. In 2000, there was no paved road to the small village El Cha…

  • choose your pillow

    on Ruta 41 in year 2000, Minolta X700, Fujichrome 100

  • Ruta 41 moonland

    near Monte Zeballos, Patagonia


  • Ruta 41 mood

    view on Monte Zeballos driving down the Ruta 41 in Argentiean Patagonia - slide year 2000 (Minolta X700, Fujichrome 100)

  • sunny Ruta 41

    on lonesome Ruta 41 - scan of a slide from 2000

  • wideness

    on Ruta 40/Argentina in year 2000.....and yes, it's not the right car for Patagonia!


  • down quilt

    cloud lying softly over the Patagonian pampa......scan of a slide from year 2000, Minolta X700

  • Rio Pinturas

    Old slide from 2000, new scan, somewhere in Argentinean Patagonia near Bajo Caracoles.....Nomen's land. Many archaeological and paleontogical sites are in this area, e.g. paintings of hands, made by the indigenous inhabitants, 9000 years ago.......

  • Torviscosa - The Factory Office

    Torviscosa, la città della cellulosa in Friuli Venezia Giulia, constructed from 1937 to 1942 in Art Decó style. More (in Italian) on archeologiaindustriale.net/2100_torvisco sa-la-citta-della-cellulosa-in-friuli-ve nezia-giulia


  • Torviscosa - The Factory


  • Torviscosa - Teatro


  • Torviscosa - Chiudere La Porta



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