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Off the Charts

tierra_18b.jpgBetween the 17-hour days (hello, golden hours!), the jagged scribbles that Torres del Paine’s mountain ranges form over the horizon, and those funky lenticular clouds that hang like orbs in the sky, Patagonia is absolutely one of those places that requires little-to-no skill to photograph. I wish I could say I’m this amazing of a photographer, but, alas, these landscapes (not to mention the breathtaking new Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa) really deserve all of the credit. So you’ll have to forgive me if I’m so in awe of these shots that they get a bit redundant—allow my deficiencies in self-editing this one time!

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  1. Bright Spot | lioninoil Says:

    […] frenzy. For their second issue, the publication featured one of my favorite shots from my trip to Tierra Patagonia hotel in Chile on their cover. Those blue skies sure seem like a world away right now—and I guess […]

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