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Buenos Díaz, Patagonia!

First night in Patagonia was really rainy and very cold, our tents were frozen when we woke up. However, despite it, the morning was… truly amazing… and we can not expect better welcome sign than this. The landscape shot was taken little bit upper from Salto Grande waterfall of Torres del Paine, and in the background, you can see famous Los Cuernos towers.

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Calm water

After afternoon landing in Punta Arenas, we started our trip heading to area Torres del Paine. First night matched what we expected, rainy and really frosty conditions. I would say…

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Burned tree
Whole Torres del Paine National Park is full of dead trees. Although they creates beautiful pitoresque forms, I am publishing the image as reminder that we have to be very carefull to Mother Nature, especially when moving into very hot and dry places.

Burned tree

There is no doubt that Patagonia is beautiful site deserved visit. Especially in autumn when whole shire is full of saturated red, yellow and orange colours. We have started our…

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Autumn beauty of Dolomites

In the second decade of October I join the photo workshop leaded by Jiri Stransky, QEP holder  and the first Czech winner of European photographer of the year in the landscape category. It was not my first photo workshop, but it was first one provided in spirit of expedition. Spirit of expedition means that we spent most of time in the nature, far far away from civilization. Yes, you’re right, we slept in tent or in the open air. (more…)

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