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This is El Paso John Gardner, highest point on the circuit trail. We reached the top 4 hours into a grueling 11-hour hike. Photo unfortunately can't do justice to the steepness of the climb, but I loved the cloud formations in this one. #patagonia

This is El Paso John Gardner, highest point on the circuit trail. We reached the top 4 hours into a grueling 11-hour hike. Photo unfortunately can’t do justice to the steepness of the climb, but I loved the cloud formations in this one. #patagonia

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Morning of day 2 in Patagonia, en route to Campo Serón. Day 1 was a grueling 26km climb up to El Mirador Las Torres (the lookout). We hit a snowstorm on the way up so couldn't snap any good photos of the towers from up close. Our tired legs were thankful for the relatively gentle day that followed.

Morning of day 2 in Patagonia, en route to Campo Serón. Day 1 was a grueling 26km climb up to El Mirador Las Torres (the lookout). We hit a snowstorm on the way up so couldn’t snap any good photos of the towers from up close. Our tired legs were thankful for the relatively gentle day that followed.

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Day 1 in Torres del Paine, Chile. Here we are at the checkpoint Laguna Amarga, about to hike 60 miles through the #Patagonias. (For those following @michael_vince too, he's ahead of me, but I've still got some good ones you won't have seen. Stay tuned...)

Day 1 in Torres del Paine, Chile. Here we are at the checkpoint Laguna Amarga, about to hike 60 miles through the #Patagonias. (For those following @michael_vince too, he’s ahead of me, but I’ve still got some good ones you won’t have seen. Stay tuned…)

Empty

find me uncouth
or just call me cynical,
but we’ve all been alone
ever since we were cut
from the umbilical.

we inject, and we fuck
and we fill ourselves up
with all kinds of stuff
(that we sometimes call love).

but why for so many
is it never enough?


perhaps it’s not us.
perhaps there are just
some leaks in these cups.

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A wide-angle of La Recoleta cemetery, in Buenos Aires. Spanning 14 acres and 4691 similar vaults, the city's first public cemetery houses the remains of numerous Argentinian presidents and other historical figures, including Eva Perón (Evita).

A wide-angle of La Recoleta cemetery, in Buenos Aires. Spanning 14 acres and 4691 similar vaults, the city’s first public cemetery houses the remains of numerous Argentinian presidents and other historical figures, including Eva Perón (Evita).