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Cerro Torre and Fitz Roy reflected in an infinity pool during an intense sunset.

Double Delight

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Usually the end of a year - or the beginning of a new one - marks the period of looking back. Unfortunately last year didn't quite turn out to be THE year to be looked back at. And so I will take the freedom to look back even further, to a…

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Cerro Torre with autumn colours at sunrise

Seasons Change

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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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Torres del Paine: W-Trek

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For many hikers the W-Trek is a first introduction to multi-day trekking in Patagonia. Parque Nacional Torres del Paine offers everything you'd expect from Patagonia - the rugged mountains, the turqoise lakes, the endless glaciers and of course the unpredictable weather. Get dressed and ready for a first class adventure between granite spires, icebergs and…

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Sunset behind Glaciar Grey in Parque Nacional Torres del Paine

The Colours of Grey

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Yesterday I finally had the chance to watch the critically acclaimed documentary “Chasing Ice” in which environmental photographer James Balog sets up 25 timelapse cameras to record the decrease of arctic glaciers. While the topic itself…

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Startrails over desert scene in Namibia

A Desert’s Sky

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In addition to lots of positive feedback (thank you all for your comments!) my image "A Desert's Sky" has also raised lots of questions all around the web. How did you do it? Which settings did you use? What equipment? Here's a little…

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