Tag : Santiago de Chile

Panoramas of South America

The first trip to South America was different from other international trips in many ways. The most important change was made to my photo equipment. I had to leave my “big-n-black” Nikon D-SLR gear at home, and took with me a “little-n-black” compact camera Leica D-Lux 6. Overall, I was satisfied with Leica’s performance during entire travel. It is a …

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Semana Santa - The Holy Week of Easter in Latin America

Semana Santa, the Holy Week of Easter, is the most important Catholic religious festival in Latin America. It begins on Domingo de Ramos (Palm Sunday) through Jueves Santo (Maundy Thursday) and Viernes Santo (Good Friday), culminating in Pascua or Domingo de Resurrección (Easter Sunday). Semana Santa celebrates the last days of Christ’s life, the Crucifixion and Resurrection, as well as …

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Santiago, Chile: Street Photographer’s Paradise

This is the third post of photos from my Street Photography Day in Santiago, Chile. Check out other posts here: Santiagueños – Santiago People and The Faces Of Santiago De Chile. Click on image to view full size.

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The Faces of Santiago de Chile

Local People are what really showcase a foreign land. When I travel I always look for the faces to capture in my photos. Parks and skylines can tell the stories too… But, nothing makes a place unique and special as the faces of people who live there. Here are The Beautiful Faces of Santiago de Chile. Also you may wish …

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Santiaguenos - Santiago People

I have visited Santiago, formally Santiago de Chile, during my recent trip to South America. A friend photographer Andrew (AndrewGraemeGould.com) was kind to host me for two nights and show the city’s photography “hot spots”. The experience was amazing! After this visit I am going to call Santiago as “Street Photographer’s Paradise”. Such beautiful and photocamera-friendly people live there. Nobody …

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Machu Picchu, Peru

I am back from my first trip to South America, and this is the opening post of its photo coverage. I have visited beautiful countries Peru and Chile, met wonderful people, experienced amazing adventures, and took a record high 7,945 photos (!), in which I am going to tell you my stories about the Inca Empire and Mystery of Easter …

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