I was so impressed by these beautiful pictures of the glaciers of Patagonia that I felt compelled to share them with you.
These were shot by Carlos M. Cardenes, Cuban-American photographer based in Miami. Mr. Cardenes is a regular exhibitor at Art Basel in Miami. He has exhibited throughout the U.S. and overseas. Read more about Mr. Cardenes and see other examples of his photography at www.carloscardenes.com
The glaciers of Patagonia
Patagonia is an ideal photography subject. It is an area at the tip of South America shared by Argentina and Chile. This sparsely populated geography has spectacular scenery including parts of the Andes mountains, deserts and plains. The big draw, though, are the towering glaciers. A memorable experience is to see one of these majestic, blue tinged glaciers – sometimes as tall as a skyscraper – crash into the ocean. A sight to remember!
What is your most memorable nature-related moment?