Whilst I loved my most recent trip after evenings of critiquing the same photographs over and over again, I need a break and something else to look at.
So, it was time for a trip down memory lane and back to the trip that made me lose interest in architectural work and fall in love with landscape: Chile. Specifically this is El Tatio, the World’s highest geyser field at a lack-of-oxygen-headache-inducing 4,300 metres up in the Andes. At 5AM in the morning it is on the chilly side too and so wrapping up warm is definitely recommended.
This is an image that was completely lost in my Adobe Lightroom catalogue until now but, simply of curiousity I decided to go through all the images I took, not just the ones I had selected at the time.
I rather like it and it may have just become my favourite image from Chile. I’m so fickle…