New Photos from the Atacama Desert

One of the world’s most formidable landscapes, the Atacama in Chile is the oldest, driest desert on earth and has been for about three million years. This was my first experience there and it did not disappoint. I just love these craggy, austere landscapes, where the light plays such an important roll in getting great photographs.

Using San Pedro de Atacama as our base, we photographed in the Los Flamencos National Reserve with its impressive Valle de la Luna, or Moon Valley. A highlight was photographing at the geyser basin of El Tatio at night as the Milky Way stretched across the sky. Purely primeval.

3 Responses to “New Photos from the Atacama Desert”

  1. Karen Hoffman says:

    My husband and I had the honor of driving through here to visit the telescopes at Las Campanas. The Atacama desert is ….just magical.
    Love your work, Art.

  2. Nedra Hollingsworth says:

    Oh my, what a fantastic place! I cannot get over the sky shots. But the night sky was pure magic! Absolutely in love with these photos.

  3. Simply magical. It’s another world and this world all at the same time.

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