About the Book
An attempt to describe Chile, the country that stretches over 4,300 km along the west coast of South America between the 17th and 56th degrees southern latitude, must contain words like these.
The colours are coming from the soil and rocks with their many minerals; the small, sprawling houses of the villages; the bright light from the blue sky as the sun rises over the Andes; the enchanting sunsets when it again disappears below the wide horizon of the Pacific Ocean.
Born 1951 in Copenhagen, Denmark, but has lived in three countries. First education as commercial photographer, subsequently MSc (Science), worked in astronomy, science communication and international science policy and diplomacy. Author of several textbooks on astronomy, science policy and science communication as well as photo books on various subjects.