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It been a while! I'm sorry! I'm buried in a couple of dead lines but I'm dying to get more Patagonia shots out. Here are a few more just to remind you guys I haven't vanished.

I've had good light many times, the previous image and the following ones sunrise honestly went for over an hour and I cover over a kilometre and shot 4 comps. I'm dying to get back here next year so stay tuned.

To get a still lake is so so so rare over there, here is a couple of short clips and phone snaps that should explain why πŸ˜‰

My good friend Jay and I getting a crash course in wind walking

I don't really want to admit this but that wind is holding 90kgs +

The next image is a year in the making. After making the pretty tiring hike last year the weather closed in and we never got to see the Torres glow red. This year we picked the best whether window we could and managed to score this....

Again the weather just doesn't play ball in Patagonia. After making the cross into Argentina and hiking to the camp ground at Laguna Torres. We were shrouded in cloud for two days. It's alway an immense feeling of satisfaction and awe when the clouds finally lift.

After the impact Patagonia had on me last year I was terrified it wouldn't live up to the hype I'd created in my head, I'd put it into a sort of God status in my mind. The whole drive in I was anxious about how I'd feel when I saw the horns again. Those feelings were completely obliterated though when we rounded the bend and caught our first glimpse.

This place will never get old

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