Six months travelling from Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina has resulted in the below 26 shots which we seem to keep coming back to.
The feature image above (making 27) captures our experience the most comprehensively. The image was taken while submitting Volcano Purace in Colombia and reflects the amount of hiking we’ve done in Latin America along with our love affair with mountains and wild places. But Latin America is so much more as we were to find out; enjoy.
- Each image is linked to the appropriate post the image was used in.
- This blogs category “what you’d rather be seeing” is where you’ll find image only posts.
Haggling over the price: Santiago fish market, Chile
Santiago bar on a Sunday afternoon, Chile
Sunday morning aerobics, Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Gaucho readying the horses, Sayta Ranch, Argentina
Shooting photographs, Ricoletta Cemetery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Back streets of Havana, Cuba
Sweeping the steps to the church: San Cristobal, Mexico
Sunday market, San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentinians at Evita’s crypt: Ricoletta Cemetery, Buenos Aires
Ordering jugos/juices, Quito Central Mercado, Ecuador
Meat market, Cuenca, Ecuador
Galloping near the end of a days ride, Sayta Ranch, Salta Province, Argentina (credit: Steve)
Altoplano lakes, near San Pedro de Atacarma, Chile
Argentina marking its territory with Chile across the Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Lake while summiting Volcan Purace, near Popoyan, Colombia
Parque Cajas, near Cuenca, Ecuador
Parque Lauca, near Arica, Northern Chile
High altitude geysers at dawn, Tatio, Salar de Atacarma, Chile
Quebrada Valley, Cafayata, Salta Province, Argentina
Valle de Luna, San Pedro de Atacarma, Chile
Cerro Fitz Roy, Parque Fitz Roy, El Chalten, Argentina
Sunday streets, Valparaiso, Chile
Cathedral, Plaza de Aramas, Cuenca, Ecuador
Streets of Havana, Cuba
Horses been prepared by the gauchos, Sayta Ranch, Salta Province, Argentina
Sunset, Miraflores, Lima, Peru