The Falkland Islands, or the Malvinas, are located in the South Atlantic off the coast of Argentina. To get there, one must fly to Santiago, Chile, then to Punta Arenas, Rio Gallegos and finally to Stanley (below) in the East Falkland Island. As the name implies, it is a conglomerate of small islands and two larger ones known as East and West Islands. The islands are cold and mostly treeless, with small rocky elevations and peculiar rock formations that look like dried-up river beds (but are not) and called stone runs. The weather is mostly cloudy, rainy and windy but fortunately I had no more than a total of one day of rain but the winds were common and at times very strong.
I was gone for a long time and took more than 10,000 images; it makes the selection and processing of images a tedious task. I will upload the second location I visited prior to the end of 2015; no promises.