Madre De Dios Island

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Black and white contrasts, as well as natural textures, have always been one of my favorite settings for photography. In the majestic Chilean Fjords, there is a place called Isla Madre De Dios, whose geological, biological and cultural importance has turned it into a protected area of ​​great relevance.

What makes this place even more amazing is its particular climate. Precipitation here is a constant throughout the year, and this meteorological phenomenon has left its mark on the rock formations of the island, creating truly amazing landscapes. The textures that emerge from the rain-wet stones are a gift for any photographer looking for contrasts and the majesty of nature at its finest.

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