Punta Arenas

The sun is shining in Punta Arenas, something that doesn't happen here all too often. The last few days after the Wenger Patagonian Expedition Race have been nicely relaxing, saying goodbye to all the racers and many of the volunteers for the race. Photographing the race has been a fantastic experience, I've met some truly incredible people here, and seen some of the worlds most spectacular scenery. I can't wait to come back, both for the race and independently to follow some personal photographic interests (hopefully involving a large format camera).

I'm leaving tomorrow to come back to the US, although there are many reasons I would like to stay, including a chance to photograph for a day in Antarctica. But this will have to wait until next year. It's been great. I will have a full story from the race in a few days, but here are some images to start.

Gauchos preparing the escort the bikers for the beginning of the Wenger Patagonian Expedition Race

Juan, the Chilean goucho 

Hiking up to PC3 at 6am

D. Scott Clark

I've worked all over her globe with a diverse set of clients that offer a diverse set of challenges; every one of them a learning opportunity. Whether I'm hanging off a frozen waterfall shooting ice climbing or in a studio working with a model I am adapting, learning, and improving. I've created a mobile studio in the middle of a wild adventure race in southern Patagonia and fought with monkeys to keep my grapes in southern India. Whatever the challenge I will get the shot.

With my photography background firmly formed in the commercial advertising arena, I bring that attention to detail and technical process to adventure photography. And I've spent my entire life adventuring, so I can get any angle you can imagine.

I feel very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place as Boulder, CO. When I'm not shooting for clients I'm out climbing rocks or frozen waterfalls, or cruising down in the backcountry on my skis.


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