My blog has mostly been a few weeks behind while I've been in Chile. As today is the shortest day of the year in the Southern Hemisphere (sunrise in Castro at 0924 and sunset at 1828), I thought I'd share a more recent (three days ago) picture which looks more wintery.
We anchored in placid Estero Chuac for the night. Skies were clear, and the light wind came from the south (normally there are north winds in winter), bringing colder air.
At dawn, it was 1C/34F in the cockpit, the decks were covered in frost, and steam was rising from the water.
The ground that cows and sheep were grazing was also covered with frost.