Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by Kujaroth, May 10, 2015.
A few shots from my recent Patagonia trip, from both the Chilean and Argentinian side.
Nice, I like 1, 5 and 7. Nice mix of colours and rough/smooth contrasts.
I wonder of Patagonia is going to be come the new Iceland with this type of photography. Seems to be popping up a lot lately.
And also, Nice.
I love every shot. Makes my get itchy feet and trigger finger. Had Patagonia on my 'wish list' of places to go ever since reading an National Geographic thirty years ago.
Great shots. Really great shots. Love to see more.
Really ... post up some more.
awesome work! :O
Phenomenal. Great colour, and I also like the crispness of these shots.
Did you go with One of a Kind?
Seeing a stack of images from Patagonia of late from friends on facebook that went on that trip.....
Loving the light in the first image.
The colours are amazing.
Oh my god, these are exceptional.......so incredibly jealous
In particular I love the second shot
Beautiful! I thought I recognised your website after I asked for your details on FM forums.
Excellent photographs! I particularly like the last one.
My only issue with these images is that I lack the skills to describe how insanely incredible they are
If I had to nit-pick, it would be that the tree in the foreground of the third shot isn't particularly interesting - the background is absolutely stunning though, just as are all the rest of the images.
Damn dude, when did you go? When I was there two months ago as a part of my big trip we couldn't see the Torres at all (two attempts) because of rain and snow/fog. Unlucky I guess
Beautiful shots, such an amazing area.
I was there late-March/early April.
Here's a couple more. There's still a few unprocessed shots to get to.
theyt were all amazing just cannot pick a fav they are all on the same level
Awesome! Think I saw the first one pop up on my instagram feed somehow...
Better add to the list of places to go...
Best landscapes since Thrice
Nice... really like #2 and the very last in the second batch.