If there is any place where you just can't take a bad photo it has to be this one 📸. A view on Cerro Yerupajá (6635m ) and Siula Grande (6344M ) and other giants 😎. Next year the return to this and many other spots - link in bio to check it out 👍 #peru_2020
It's always nice to help the local economy when you visit an amazing country like Peru - especially when it is by eating around 10 liter of ice cream and 10 kg of empanadas a day 🍧😋 Other than that me, @marcograssiphotography and @traveltobealive were in the hunt to discover scenes like this. Oh and we will do a workshop here next year - hotels, small hikes, big hikes, donkeys to carry the gear, horses to carry you...You can reach out by dm or email if you want to be the first to hear when the tour is released 😎
The title is about the changing world we are living in regards to climate change. Some of the glaciers you see here will literally be gone in 5 to 10 years - yes it is going that quickly. This was the first video I made, all recorded with a Mavic Pro in Southern Greenland during summer. Technically it isn't anything groundbreaking but I really enjoyed putting all the clips with Premiere Pro together. I have done more projects recently but will also do some in the future, both in front and behind the camera and I'm also open for collaborations.