ends of the earth

Oh, there’s a river that winds on forever
I’m gonna see where it leads
Oh, there’s a mountain that no man has mounted
I’m gonna stand on the peak

Out there’s a land that time don’t command
Wanna be the first to arrive
No time for ponderin’ why I’m-a wanderin’
Not while the…

To the ends of the earth, would you follow me
There’s a world that was meant for our eyes to see
To the ends of the earth, would you follow me
If you will have a say my goodbyes to me

— Lord Huron

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Photos taken on the Torres del Paine full circuit in Patagonia. We trekked 86 miles in 8 days, and these photographs don’t give the park near the credit it’s beauty deserves. Kelsey describes it in much more eloquently; check out her Pisco Sour post and brilliant summary over on Happyolks.

  • Juliette - Amazing, this makes me so excited to go out as soon as possible and just go..ReplyCancel

  • Ion - Freaking amazing Shaun! 5D MKII + 24-70 all the way?ReplyCancel

    • Shaun - Hey Ion – thanks for the kind words. 5DMII and actually the 50 1.2 all the way through the trek. The post below (A Special Tribe), was shot 95% on the 24-70.ReplyCancel

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  • Amanda - Love the photos and love Lord Huron. Looks like a grand adventure.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - Your photography is so inspirational. I sat down and sketched mountains all night last night because of it. Thanks for sharing your adventures with the world.ReplyCancel

  • B-Dam A - Didn’t even know these were up you sneaky man! Shots look great… man, I need to get down there!ReplyCancel

  • Sabin - These are great, Shaun! Love the story it tells. What VSCO preset did you use?ReplyCancel

    • Shaun - Thanks Sabin. Honestly, I couldn’t even tell you. I don’t have a go to when it comes to presets, and make so many adjustments afterwards, it’s hard to say. Love VSCO as a solid base though! Cheers – sbReplyCancel

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