In another shoot for my documentary series about unique artists around the world, thumb The Dying Art, web I blindly followed James Appleton, an extreme landscape photographer of legendary proportions, into the wilderness of South America.
Eight flights and two busses over 64 hours of round-trip travel was nothing compared to the 60+ miles we covered of some of the most difficult terrain I’ve ever experienced. It doesn’t help that James is one of the top-seeded endurance runners in England. He routinely subjects himself to fatigue and even hypothermia, so keeping up with film equipment was certainly a challenge.
Take a look at this mini “supercut” of the types of breathtaking places we went: