We’re thrilled to present our story in pictures, courtesy of Jason. When folks frequently ask us, “What camera are you using?” I always want to respond with, “Ask me what photographer I’m using..!” Hoping you enjoy our visual story as it unfolds, as much as we love creating it. Have a peek at Jason’s other portfolio too.
Toasting our toes around the fire.
Sunset over Ushuaia, courtesy of Andrew St Paul.
Relaxing over a coffee.
Another beautiful day on the road.
Torres del Paine – Towers of Paine.
Andrew our traveling companion & Lisa.
Perito Moreno glacier
Mount Fitz Roy
Perito Moreno glacier
La Pampa del Leoncito
Lisa on the mud flats, Barreal, Argentina
A breathtaking night sky and the Milky Way
Blasting over the mud-cracked lakebed (by Lisa Morris)
It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas…! June 2014, Caviahue
Desert by night
The winner of the 2016 Horizons Unlimited Photography Competition: Wild camping in Purmamarca
Staring up at the stars
Laying down just the sleeping bags for a starry night in the desert, Purmamarca
The Seven Coloured Hills of Purmamarca
Salar de Atacama
Atacama desert, Chile
Enjoying Chile’s Salar de Atacama.
Sink holes in the Atacama desert
Valley of the moon (by Lisa Morris)
Mano del Desierto, Chile
Pelicans of Antofagasta, Chile
A big frightening world.
On the road to Cachi, Argentina
Sunset at the Valley of the Moon, Chile.
The Salar de Talar
Sunset at the Valley of the moon, Chile
The Salar de Talar, Chile
Valley of the moon, Chile
The valley and village of San Juan, Argentina
Resident of Iruya selling dried herbs and teas
On night patrol
Train Cemetery, Uyuni, Bolivia
Beautiful sunset at Villa Alota in Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
The stone tree
Camping on Barreal’s mud lake, Argentina
Camping on Barreal’s mud lake Argentina
Sunset kindling the heavens over the Andes, only in Argentina
Rodeo in Mendoza, Argentina
Rodeo in Chacras de Coria near Mendoza, Argentina
A cheeky coati on the scavenge for food, at Iguazu Falls, Brazil
Iron-grey skies play and tease the light, Antarctica
Gentoo Penguin, Antarctica
RIB patrol, Antarctica
Gentoo penguin colony, Antarctica
The winner of the Quark Expeditions 2015 photography competition aboard our crossing: Dramatic weather, Antarctica
Gentoo penguins, Antarctica
Purest place on Earth: Antarctica
Sea Adventurer, Antarctica
Cheering on the cars under lightning-charged skies at the 2015 Dakar, Bolivia
Barcelona-born Laia Sanz finishing 9th overall in the 2015 Dakar Rally – you GO GIRL!
Wild weather, Bolivia
The Road of Death, Bolivia
The Road of Death’s 800 metre sheer drop off, Bolivia
Floating reed islands of Uros, Lake Titcaca, Peru
The one and only Machu Picchu, Peru
Sand dunes of Huacachina, Peru
The iconic hummingbird, Nazca Lines, Peru
The Monkey, Nazca Lines, Peru
On top of the world on Peru’s Road of Death equivalent
Capuchin monkey – as curious as they come! (Amazon jungle)
A curious little capuchin in search for food
A work-in-progress Amazonian bread
A sunny little whip snake
Fancy a game of Tiddlywinks?
A shaman’s everyday neck wear
Look at those sad eyes
One of Pachamama’s sunsets over the Amazon
Ssss goes the snake.
The Amazon in a deluge of lilac and lavender
A capuchin monkey seeing what’s what before taking the plunge
Coiled tightly from the vibration of a didgeridoo (snakes don’t have ears)
The coffee bobbled landscape of Colombia
A visit to Bamboo Road en route to La Victoria, an organic coffee plantation in Minca
Adonis’ uncle: taking some R&R in the heavy heat
Heading into the deep and dark forest…bit spooky at times
The three amigos at Ludwig’s place, our accommodation in Cartagena
A mighty fine electric lightning storm above our heads in Tuluá
Soaking up the vista at Playa Venao, Panama
Let the night draw its curtains, lets get settled.
Taking Jason’s wheels for a spin
Cruising on calm waters
A Jesus Christ lizard, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Chickens and big dogs hanging together
About the most majestic dragonfly I’ve ever laid my eyes on…
Walking on the wild side at Rio Piro
Caressing the golden sands in Costa Rica
Raining cats and dogs in Costa Rica
Cloudy skies, Costa Rica
Squeeze an orange and get orange juice. Squeeze this grasshopper and get indomitable will..!
A green and black poison dart frog, Costa Rica
Keeping Honey company
A starry night beneath Costa Rica’s peaceful sky
The Blue-jeans frog, Costa Rica
Hummingbirds – what’s not to love?
Poetry in motion, The Hummingbird Cafe near La Selva, Costa Rica
Keeping a beady eye out
Our cosy boudoir, Selva Whitewater, Costa Rica
Kicking the side stand down at Selva Whitewater
Spirits remain undampened even if the bike gets drenched
Nightingale thrush keeping her eggs warm, Monteverde Costa Rica
The power of three
A coati roaming through the cloud forest, Monteverde
The power of four!
Amid the depressed landscape around Cerro Negro, near Leon, Nicaragua.
Scanning the craters of Cerro Negro’s concave landscape, Nicaragua
Playa Rio Mar, El Salvador
A stunning little sunset, Rio Mar, Playa in El Salvador.
Playa Rio Mar, El Salvador
A street in Antigua, Guatemala
People watching becomes addictive in Antigua, Guatemala.
Antigua is dripping in a cobblestoned, quaint charisma.
Antigua by night, not to be missed! (Guatemala)
An incredible face on a traditionally clad resident of Antigua, Guatemala.
Fuego in full fury! Guatemala
A halo around the sun while climbing up Acatenango
Soldiering through the wet and cold, poor little mites
Guatemala’s back roads will wow the socks off you.
If you go down in the woods today…
Roaring water and raging rapids at Semuc Champey!
Locals paddling in wooden canoes on Lake Atitlán, San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala.
Yep, this place will do — Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.
A local paddling on the still waters of a lake, Guatemala.
The best beach scene in Belize we’ve seen!
A male howler, growling away!
Gingerly padding over the moss-covered rocks at Semuc Champey.
Inspecting the dental health of a pirahna
Tough day at the office again, Cordillera Blanca, Peru.
Jaw-on-the-floor views! Cordillera Blanca, Peru
The road to El Tatio, Chile
Back road to ALMA.
The Hanging Glacier, Queulat National Park
“Stick em up! I’m havin’ these boots, so just back away.”
Poetry in motion
Loving your moves, boy!
Yeeeeha, damn that kid’s good.
Mysterious masks on sale
Stunning light shines down into the cenote
A little tienda near
Squeezing every second of daylight to keep surfin’!
Taking it in at Palenque
You’ve captured the moment on this one, Jase!
A vendor selling his wooden wares at Chichen Itza
One of my favourites
Cooling down in a sparkling cenote
Some of the pyramids will knock your socks off, they did me
From the bottom of the suspended waterfall.
The frozen cascade, Hierve del Aqua
Beautiful morning light
Walking on the edge.
A walk on the edge
The big bull showing off some boisterous moves!
22 thoughts on “Gallery”
Thanks very much Clay, L&J
Great photos. I have been to South america 5 times but not to the extent you have. You missed Angel Falls though. Given the countries present condition, I can understand why.
Absolutely stunning photography Jason! hats off to you bud! As for the model in the pics? what can I say, you’re just a lucky fella! Good luck both, we’re only here once, carry on living it! Long distance hugs. Colin Ainsworth
Too kind as always Col, but we love it so keep it coming, we’ll do the same our end, laugh out loud! L&J
Cheers Ron, great to hear from you chap! L&J
if a pictures worth a thousand words then you have written a book larger than war and peace.
I feel the emotions in every frame. You’ve painted with the lens a living story.
Thanks for sharing your passion.
Wow, one of our most supremely stonking comments! And the pleasure is all ours, cheers Martin, L&J
Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely fantastic picture story telling. I am now going to give away my cameras, cos I can’t even hold a candle to those windows on the world
Don’t you dare, Colin – keep shooting, keep practising, keep at it! L&J
These photos are sharing experiences and stories in a fantastic, artistic way. Thanks so much for sharing these.
Cheers Bill, we try…! L&J
Great photography, thanks for sharing!
You’re more than welcome, Andreas! L&J
Magical atmosphere and awe- inspiring views captured so brilliantly on camera. Every shot a sheer delight. Thank you for sharing. Just brilliant.
Thanks Ron, wow – thanks for such great feedback! Cheers Jason
I found your blog this morning and have just spent my lunch hour admiring your pictures. Yours are some of the most stunning travel images I have ever seen. I own a BMW 1200 GS and love to take pictures but I can only dream that one day I will be able to travel the world and take pictures that are half as good as these. Congratulations.
Thank you so much for your kind words, glad you enjoyed my pictures.
Simply stunning photos! Thank you.
Thanks for taking the time to say so, Trevor! J