The Lanin volcano appears crowned by the Via Lactea, on a cold night in the Andes of South America, just when a meteor crossed the sky towards the volcano.
Author: Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1950. Geologist (PhD in Geological Sciences) and amateur photographer.
Along his carrier used the photography as a tool working as field geologist, so his principal area of focus was and is landscape photography and nature. Beside that, his area of interest expanded to travel photography, architecture and street photography.
He was awarded in both national and international photo contests and exhibited his work in individual and collective exhibitions in different parts of the country.
Last September he presented landscape photographs of Iceland at Buenos Aires Photo (BAphoto 2019), considered one of the most important photo festival of the region.