I am pleased to share that my image of the Three Towers in Chilean Patagonia received a Bronze Award from the highly competitive Epson International Pano Awards.

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The Epson Pano Awards are extremely competitive. In 2020, 5859 images from 96 countries were entered. I'm thrilled that the judges recognized my image in such a crowded field. This image is incredibly meaningful to me because of the difficulty and commitment it took to get it. 


I had to travel over 20 hours from my home in Los Angeles to get to Southern Chile, nearly Antartica, and then to Torres Del Paine National Park. Once in the gorgeous park, the hike to get this image was 11 hours round trip. The last quarter mile or so was on all fours due to the wind, ice, and rocky path. The hike was a beautiful journey through multiple climate zones. At the top where this image was taken it was so cold that I could only stay there for approximately 20 minutes. We had to hide behind a large rock to take shelter from the wind. 

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