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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Irma Isabella: Destination Photographer

I previewed a couple of photos from this shoot earlier in the year. These are of one of my best friends Irma. We planned on going out and shooting some of Mileydie Rojas's jewelery out on our favorite beach Maderas, and ended up with some interesting weather to work with. I hope you enjoy them.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Episode 8: End of the World. Welcome to Chile

We split up from the boys and crossed the border into Chile. This actually was a little problamatic for us. The area of Punt Arenas was protesting the governments raise in fuel prices in the country. Many countries had already evacuated there people from Chile because of it. On the bus we were the only foreigners trying to get into Chile. Everyone else was trying to get out. When we got to Punt Arenas the fires on the bridge were being put out and the people had won. I loved Punt Arenas I wish we had more time to explore but due to the protest it took a lot longer to enter the country then we thought it would. We headed to the middle of Chile to the coastal town of Valparaiso. The most bizarre city I have seen. Although sketchy you can't help but want to be there and explore. So enjoy the episode

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Episode 7: Patagonia- Argentina Cont`d

Boogie, Boogie, Boogie, (ROBO BOOGIE)... this was the soundtrack of my life while we road tripped through patagonia in our rental car. Patagonia is a strange place. For hours and hours everything around you looks exactly the same just tundra like ground, the odd vicuna eating some brush and nothing as far as the eye can see. Then all of a sudden you hit the mountains. Within a couple of hours you can find yourself in the picture perfect town of Calafate, where the food and the wine is so good it almost makes you want to cry. Resembling Banff or Whistler make sure you stock up on items made from their very own Calafate berry. Only an hour from Calafate you will find Perrito Moreno. The largest Glacier outiside of Greenland and Antarctica. It is the only Glacier in the world that is continuously growing, and the thunderous sounds and creaks it constantly uses to threaten a piece falling off make it a great sight to see. We concluded our Patagonia trip with a 50km hike to the 3 lagoons at the base of Mt. Fitzroy. We did the trip in 1 day and my bum sure felt it the next day. It was hard to even stand when we made it back to town. I hope you all enjoy the film