When one thinks of traveling to South America, it is countries like Ecuador, Peru, Brazil or Argentina that dominate the list of places to explore. While I worked in Ecuador as a photography instructor for National Geographic and spent a few months shooting in the Patagonia region of southern Chile and Argentina…it is the country of Bolivia that has always been at the top of my travel list. However it wasn’t until this year that I was able to finally find the time to get there. After teaching an eight day photography workshop through my company The Giving Lens in Peru, I crossed over the Peruvian boarder via a public bus and arrived in La Paz, Bolivia to met up with a couple friends (Scott Jarvie, Roma Gee and Natalie Stone) and the adventure began. Between the high altitude mountains of the Andes, to the largest salt flats in the world to the amazing Bolivia culture…there was a lot to love. Bolivia is certainly a country I will be returning to in the near future.
Here is a collection of behind the scenes images that I took with my Android Galaxy Nexus cell phone throughout Bolivia. While not all of the images from this trip and my other adventures around the globe make it to my blog, you can find an endless stream of via my TUMBLR page that is visible in the sidebar of this blog.