Patagonia is a part of the world that is meant to seen in a super wide perspective. I spent a month in Patagonia and not a day went by where I didn’t stop, look around me and think “This is perfect”. I felt like the sky and clouds could swallow me – I felt small. I felt pure. I felt remote. It was a pleasure each day to experience this unplugged environment. Whether it was raining, blowing, or snowing – it still was beautiful to me. I was able to experience all of this moody weather in Torres Del Paine, El Chalten, Glacier National Park, Cape Horn, and in the Fjords of Chile.
Being able to climb around on Mother Nature’s jungle gym with my camera at the bottom of the earth was a treat. If you are looking for a little inspiration to get you to take the leap into this picture perfect region of mountains, ice, and sky – then hopefully these panoramic images will help.
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