Photographer Andy Lee captures breathtaking landscapes of Patagonia

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Welsh photographer Andy Lee recently travelled to the Patagonian region of Chile in South America and captured the unimaginable beauty of the region.

His photographs convey a very real sense of loneliness, and many of them have a surreal feel. Patagonia has been inhabited at least since the year 10,500 B.C., but was discovered more recently by colonists. Nonetheless, this part of the planet has always been a source of amazement, of unexplainable beauty, and indomitable nature.

Feast your eyes on these otherworldly beautiful landscapes. For more, be sure to visit his website

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