For the previous yr, now, your travels have in all probability been small ones, maybe no farther than your own backyard or local park. So, in the event you’re like me—till it feels extra comfy getting out and about once more—you’re reliving huge, previous journeys in your thoughts.
Recently, I’ve been fascinated about a visit I took to Scotland a number of years in the past, the place I picked up a small field containing 5, miniature, nationwide heroes forged in pewter. That made me marvel: if all of Scotland’s historical past might be pared down to 5 collectible figurines, may I scale down a spot to a couple important photographs that get at its essence?
To make the problem much more fascinating, I made a decision to begin with one of many greatest and most expansive locations I’ve ever traveled to: Patagonia.
Below, I’ve chosen a number of photographs I took on a trip to Patagonia a number of years in the past. Let me know in the event you assume I succeeded in my quest.
Our worlds could also be a bit smaller than we’d like proper now, however there’s one factor that by no means diminishes: your desires of adventures around the globe.
I’m positive I’ll see you “out there” once more, quickly.
Here’s to discovering your true locations and pure habitats,
About the writer: Candice Gaukel Andrews View all posts by Candice Gaukel Andrews
A a number of award-winning writer and author specializing in nature-travel subjects and environmental points, Candice has traveled around the globe, from the Arctic Circle to Antarctica, and from New Zealand to Scotland’s far northern, distant areas. Her assignments have been equally numerous, from protecting Alaska’s Yukon Quest dogsled race to writing a historical past of the Galapagos Islands to describing and photographing the nationwide snow-sculpting competitors in her dwelling state of Wisconsin.
In addition to being a five-time ebook writer, Candice’s work has additionally appeared in a number of nationwide and worldwide publications, reminiscent of “The Huffington Post” and “Outside Magazine Online.” To learn her internet columns and see samples of her nature pictures, go to her web site at www.candiceandrews.com and like her Nature Traveler Facebook web page at www.fb.com/naturetraveler.
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