O V E R F L O W by tpoulton001

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It’s amazing how things change, nothing is extinguished. Nothing in this world is permanent, once this national park was covered in stunning trees, Acacia Caven, Espino Caven and Chilean Myrtle to name a few. Everything flows onward; all things are brought into being with a changing nature; the ages themselves glide by in constant movement, like the lakes of Patagonia, what happens when the glaciers are gone?

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Torres Del Paine Sunset Panorama by bibimailsk

Another of those “stinky sunsets” (as my friend called them after we experienced them day after day in April 2014) in Torres Del Paine National Park in Chile. The clouds and the colors were just magical every evening. This is panorama from 4 vertical shots.

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Happy New Year! by tpoulton001

Happy New Year!

Part of the process of beginning anew, or changing directions is to know where you want to go. I know this sounds simplistic and easy, but this is one of the most difficult of choices to make with clarity.

If you wish to be happy right, then it is about time to leave behind your past.

Looking forward to a massive adventurous year, full of travel and amazing light.

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Ascension by Jkboy_Jatenipat

Salto Grande was definitely the prime waterfall attraction in Torres del Paine National Park . The powder blue color of its waters from all the sediment embedded in the glacier-fed waters added to its scenic allure. The watercourse would eventually feed the gorgeous Lago Pehoe, which was one of the prettier lakes in the patagonia, Chile.

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God Only Knows by tpoulton001

Previously released as a cropped version and remastered for a client in the full panoramic version “God Only Knows” is inspired by one of my favourite childhood band, The Beach Boys. If you listen to the words from Brian Wilson, a very talented and troubled man you see beyond the surfer band persona and really understand how being creative can be a blessing and a curse all at the same time.

All landscape photography calls for the ability to tramp the last mile, shape the last plan, endure the last hours light. The fight to the finish spirit is the one…characteristic we must posses if we are to face the future as creators.


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