Fri, Jan 17th 2020
“Infinite dream ... A classic view of Mount FitzRoy shooting from this famous river called Rio de Las Vuelta ... Probably one of the most intense sunrises I've ever seen here in Patagonia, it definitely makes me dream ... A dream of infinite beauty and positive vibes”
Photo & comment by ▻ ✪ @nick_rinaldi_
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#hellofrom Argentina. It was 5 am and pouring down rain. I was in the southern most city in the world, Ushuaia. Leaving my semi-warm hostel and sort-of-comfortable bed for a photo that based on the weather wasn’t going to happen...felt futile. A few harsh words, a little trash talk to myself and I was up. After a 20 minute walk into town I sat down behind a rock to hide from the wind and waited. The clouds slowly started lifting and the slightest touch of pink began to appear over the peak. This mountain, in the southern Andes is without a doubt the most fascinating I’ve seen. I don’t know it’s name, or how high it is, if it’s been summited or not and I haven’t tried to figure it out. I like day dreaming about it and imagining the stories it holds, keeping my curiosity fresh for the next time I see it.
For those that remember, this was probably one of my most memorable moments during my time in Bali. With the fragile winds, the fog still hovering above the lake and being out on a canoe during sunrise. It was a dream.