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Ever since I spent time in Chile and didn't leave Santiago, I knew I had to go back to Patagonia for landscape photography. When YouTube stars Brendan Van Son and Thomas Heaton announced their Patagonia landscape photography workshop, almost 6 months in advance, it sold out in 18 hours. I was the first person to register and pay a deposit.

Read more: 2019 Return to Patagonia Landscape Photography

Detail of Mariano Moreno

The weather wasn't great most of the time we were on the Argentine side. Bad weather complicates the iconic hero shots, but creates opportunity for moody shots like this one.

View from Mirador Rio De Las Vueltas

Taken from the first viewpoint on the trail in El Chalten. Even though the distance wasn't great, boy does that trail start rough.

Perito Moreno Glacier

It's hard to grasp the scale of the glacier. It's about the same height as a 75 story building, but most of it is under the surface of the water. We saw, and heard, a couple ice calvings, which were very exciting.

Rolling Glow

The sunrise on the final day in Torres del Paine National Park was our only epic light of the whole trip, and it made everything look amazing.

Sunrise at Mirador Condor

After being let down the night before, we attempted once again to catch light the following morning and were handsomely rewarded with a beautiful view of Cerro Paine Grande and Los Cuernos from atop Mirador Condor in Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile.

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