Photo Friday: The Frozen Diamonds in Patagonia

A Glaciers Photo Contest was held last summer by ViewBug and Resource Magazine. It is difficult to capture galciers due to the size, location, and reflection of light. However, the winner of this contest, Paul Cashman, mastered the task with “The Coldest Shots of Patagonia“. In order to well capture these cold giants, he traveled to Torres Del Paine and Mount Fitzroy in Chile and Argentina where most of the pictures were taken. Check out the wining photo of Paul Cashman and more photos for this project, or visit his website.

Photo Friday highlights photo essays and collections from areas with glaciers. If you have photos you’d like to share, let us know in the comments, by Twitter @glacierhub or email us at

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Les Petits Pas de Julsreply
October 12, 2014 at 07:10 AM

I lived in Patagonia and hiked those National Parks a few times. these pictures are absolutely amazing, gorgeous, and show the profound nature of what lies there. It is a fabulous display. No wonder Paul won.

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