A year ago today, for was lifting at Chisos @bigbendnps and bear activity was spotted just around the corner before getting to the Lost Mine trail. Recent heavy rains also left the park covered with wildflowers and a lush green cover.
Long exposures take some time and with each shot you're forced to sit, wait, and remain patient. It becomes meditative. Not in the sense that you're becoming more zen, but you become more aware of the moment you're living in.
• Renovado •
Its been 5 months since we got back and I still cant believe I got the opportunity to experience Patagonia. It is truly one of the most majestic places I’ve ever visited. I very rarely ever want to revisit destinations (save Moab, DV and Banff; especially those that require three plane rides and a long ass car ride) but Patagonia is a special place and I look forward to a return trip in the very near future (🤞). Another look at one of the easier sights to see in and around El Chalten. Chorillo del Salto offers no shortage of compositions and nooks and crannies to explore and photograph. I had hoped for a more interesting sky but at least my foreground didn’t disappoint! ===========================
Canon 5D mk IV
Canon 16-35 mm f/4
NiSi V5 Pro 3 Stop GND Filter
f/11, 16 mm, 1.3 Seconds, ISO 320
5 exposures stacked for sharpness front to back