When I first picked up a camera over a decade a ago, I did so to capture the moments in my life that I thought noteworthy. More often than not, these moments revolved around my active pursuits, such as rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking and paddling. It should therefore come as no surprise that adventure photography also became my first professional interest in the medium as well.
Although my professional foray into adventure photography was short lived, I have always carried a ton of passion for it and still look to capture those moments whenever I am given the opportunity.
A week ago, I returned from one such adventure that took me to the South American province of Rio Negro, better known as Patagonia, Argentina. It’s a land of beautiful clear rivers, dense forests, rugged mountains terrain and some of the friendliest people you will ever encounter.
For this trip, I packed a very limited amount of camera equipment, my AM mountain bike and enough clothing to get me through 10 days of riding in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Below are a few of the snaps from this trip… I will be returning!
Trip Organizer : www.sacredrides.com (mountain biking adventures around the globe)
Lodging : www.confluencialodge.com (off-grid, sustainable luxury accommodations)
Bike Box Rental : www.bikeboxrentals.ca (the best way to get a bike from A to B)
Camera packs : www.fstopgear.com (the only camera bags I use for adventure work)
Travel Clothing : www.scottevest.com (travel specific tek clothing. a must for the frequent flyer)