Not an overly popular destination, Punta Arenas if often overlooked by the travellers eager to see the more famous Patagonian landmarks. Yet Punta Arenas is a charming little town and has some fabulous photo locations that are well worth exploring.
It was almost 5:35 in the morning. Nothing troubled the mirror-like surface of the lake. The magnificent Cerro Torre loomed behind it, ever-present, but shrouded in fog. The clouds were starting to catch the light. The sunrise spectacle at Laguna Torre was about to begin.
Out of all the places in Torres del Paine, the day hike through French Valley probably impressed me the most. It is beautiful, diverse, and absolutely worth a visit for anyone who enjoys astonishing nature. It is, quite frankly, Patagonia at its finest.
For a landscape photographer, Patagonia is a dream come true. From snow-capped peaks to miles-long glaciers, and gorgeous waterfalls, Patagonia has it all. In this article I share what are, in my opinion, the absolute best places to visit and photograph in Patagonia.
Winter is a lovely season in the Black Forest, and there are countless hidden little gems to find and adore here. Today, I will take you to some of my favourite locations in the Northern Black Forest that may be less famous but are every bit as beautiful as the established landmarks of the region.
We continue our journey through the beautiful winter Black Forest. Today, we’re heading to the All Saints’ Abbey, a place where history, legend, and natural beauty blend together into something unique, charming and well worth a visit.