Ushuaia is the world’s most southern city. The city is a bunch of steep streets and jumbled buildings below the snowcapped Martial Range - Ushuaia, Argentina
While we’re standing there feeling small, a church-sized wedge of ice is calved from its rough-hewn front wall, crashing into the milky-blue water with a noise like thunder. It’s a savage, rousing sight to witness - Tierra Patagonia, Chile
The cornishes close to Terra Patagonia provide wonderful vistas over the diversity of landscapes of the National Park - Torres del Paine, Chile
Part of the National Park's diversity of landscapes range from teal and azure lakes to emerald forests and roaring rivers - Torres Del Paine, Chile
Part of the National Park's diversity of landscapes range from teal and azure lakes to emerald forests and roaring rivers - Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile
Glacier Perito Moreno, the stunning centrepiece of the Los Glaciares National Park, measures 30km long, 5km wide and 60m high. The glacier is unusual in that it is advancing, while most glaciers worldwide are retreating. The reason remains debated by glaciologists…
Once you are in El Calafate, there’s no way to miss the vast Lago Argentino. The city sits on the shore of this massive lake, the largest freshwater source in Argentina. It covers 566 square miles and is a result of glacial meltwater, which causes its milky blue color. The lake is part of Argentina’s Glacier National Park. This picture is taken after we boarded a catamaran for the three hour journey across Lago Argentina to Estancia Cristina… P.S The blue colour is real... Never seen this in nature before... - Lago Argentino, Glacier National Park, Argentina
Two young elephant seals wrestle in the surf, practicing for the battles of future years - Peninsula Valdes, Argentina
Peninsula Valdés intrudes into the Atlantic Ocean along parallel 42°S. This peninsula joins the continent through a narrow span of land known as Istmo Ameghino. Its characteristic shape is created by two large, shallow gulfs formed by geological depressions: Golfo San José, on the north side, and Golfo Nuevo, on the South. Whales, elephant seals, penguins and sea lians find refuge in the waters and beaches of this Natural Reserve that UNECSO declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. The following posts are impressions of our stay in this remote part of the world…-Peninsula Valdes, Argentina
The impression of Recoleta is one of faded glory… Buenos Aires was rebuilt in the early 20th century to look a bit like Paris, Madrid and Rome. Part of its appeal and romance is due to its resembling a faded, time-worn version of all these, and a stroll round Recoleta feels far more Old World than anything on offer in European cities of the twenty first century. The shady plazas, huge parks, corner cafés and newspaper kiosks provide all you need for a pleasant metropolitan experience. The picture summarizes the above whilst also demonstrating Argentina’s passion for soccer…- Buenos Aires, Argentina
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I’ve been living in and traveling to the USA for decades… And, the more I travel in the US the more I realize just how much of it there is to see. I still haven't been to Yellowstone or Yosemite or some of the smaller states. I have only seen a tiny slice of Texas, and have a huge amount of the Midwest left to explore. And then there are the places I always want to go back to — places like the Bay Area, Chicago and New England. Even though I have SO MUCH more to see, here are some of the highlights from my US travel.
"Photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with how you see them."
I just like to take pictures, I just push the button. I never worked in the darkroom, I never studied photography or journalism; I’m just a passionate photographer.
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