the torres del paine massif from lago pehoe, lago grey, and other locations around in chilean patagonia.
note: these are scans from 35mm colour negative film.
according to wikipedia:
In 1985, a tourist started a fire that burned about 150 km2 (58 sq mi) of the park. The blaze affected the areas east and south around Lake Pehoé
In February 2005, an accidental fire started by a Czech backpacker, which lasted for about ten days, destroyed 155 km2(60 sq mi) of the park, including about 2 km² of native forest. The Czech government offered aid after the fire and donated US$1 million to reforestation efforts.
In late December 2011 through January 2012, a fire blamed on an Israeli backpacker burned about 176 km2 (68 sq mi) of the reserve, destroying about 36 km² of native forest and affecting most of the areas around Lake Pehoé and the western areas around Lake Sarmiento, but moving away from the Cordillera del Paine, the park’s centerpiece. The Israeli government sent reforestation experts to the zone, and has committed to donate trees to replant the affected areas.