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Moonrise at Piedras Rojas

Breathing Space

Interaction with other human beings had been limited for the past eight days. We were going south on isolated roads alongside the chilean/bolivian border. We  passed few trucks carrying their heavy loads, blowing huge clouds of black smoke…

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Cerro Torre in soft morning light

Seasons Change

When autumn arrives in Patagonia sometime between late March and early April, a transition is started. Every day the sun stands lower above the horizon and the first frost arrives during the nights. Within a few weeks, and starting from…

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Below the Surface

Today I'm bringing you one more shot from last year's trip to northern Norway. I still have a few lying around waiting to be uploaded...

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Monte San Lorenzo at sunrise.

The Icy Blues

It's a remote, but incredibly beautiful mountain and has a massive, unclimbed east face - that's more or less all I could find out about Cerro San Lorenzo researching the web. What seemed to qualify this peak as a tempting challenge for…

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Stream of Life

It takes some time to accomodate to the sulfurous air, but the smell only adds to the otherworldly experience of a visit to the Hverir high-temperature area, where smoking steam vents and bubbling mud pots are scattered right next do Iceland’s Ring Road.

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