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Torres del Paine: Chilean Patagonia

A rare life opportunity brought me the chance to re-explore South America on an unforgettable trip through Argentina and Chile’s Patagonian territory. The photos from this post come from Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Chile. Before visiting Patagonia, the mere mention of it’s name conjured up mysterious images of an isolated land at […]

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Jumbo Rocks: Joshua Tree National Park

Located only 140 miles east of the seemingly endless cityscape that is Southern California, the pristine desert wilderness of Joshua Tree National Park serves as the perfect getaway for city dwelling weekend warriors. Declared as a melting pot of biodiversity, the park occupies the southern region of California’s Transverse mountain ranges where the expansive low-lying […]

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10 Faces of the Future: Guatemala

The Children of Guatemala are an incredibly interesting aspect of the culture. Their faces seem to convey a sense of innocent transparency that allow you to feel the culture in a way that words can’t explain. This first photo has an interesting back story which you can read here. In short, these three are shoe […]

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A Photo Tour of Semuc Champey, Guatemala

The first time I saw a photo of Semuc Champey it was in the post of a friends social media profile. I thought it looked insane and I had no idea that in a few short months I’d find myself there as well. It’s hard to imagine from photos but Semuc Champey is actually a […]

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Photo Essay: Sacred Sites of the Yucatan Peninsula

Just Another Pile of Rocks? Every year millions of visitors make their way to admire the awe-inspiring pre-Columbian archeological sites of the Yucatan peninsula. Included in this visual presentation are a few images I shot while visiting the mysterious Mayan civilizations at Tulum, and Chichen Itza [twitter, style=”horizontal”] [fbshare, type=”button_count”]

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Photo Essay: Plants and Animals of Belize

The Zoo Without Bars Known as “The Best Little Zoo in the World”, The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center is a non-profit institution dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of orphaned, abused and injured animals, many of which are endangered. Founded in 1983 with only 17 animals, it is now home to over 100 […]

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