“September has come again and I don’t know what I’ll invent, your perfume lights up in my being …”, Cordovan popular singer Miguel “Bunny” Alejandro intoned and the music seems to reach this nest, in the middle of Argentine Patagonia. , in which two owls cuddle in the sun and fall in love.
Luis Pereyra is the one who portrayed them in Puerto Madryn. He is an amateur photographer who shares his videos on his Facebook page Fotero Patagónico. He is from Entre Ríos but he has lived in Madryn for 35 years. All day he walks with his camera, looking for beautiful moments.
“We were near the airport and I went out with the camera to tour. They had the nest on the floor and I stayed there for about half an hour, because that way they would get into the nest, they would go out,” said Luis Pereyra, who since his daughter made him a page on the networks, collected more than 50 thousand followers.
September is the perfect date to enjoy Puerto Madryn. Because everyone gives the present: whales, penguins, wolves and elephant seals meet on the coasts. And until mid-December, the best days pass for those who travel with the desire to see and connect with the local marine fauna. There is much to see and do.
The local gastronomy is exquisite. Fish, shellfish and the famous Patagonian lamb are the traditional dishes that can be tasted. Prawns are famous all over the world and used by the best cooks in the country.
Luis is dedicated to taking photos as an amateur. He just retired from his job on a cable channel. He did it in advance, so he could enjoy the time more. “I live in a place that allows you to do this. You go out for a walk and you always find something beautiful because the landscape helps a lot. Patagonia is infinite and allows you to see everything,” he concluded.