At the point where the Earth “ends,” on the edge of the world, is where this magic and mysterious land begins, full of unimaginable beauty.

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.

This is why famous British photographer Andy Lee settled on Patagonia for his latest project: Patagonia Dreaming I.

Visiting the most inhospitable landscapes of Chilean Patagonia, Lee captured surreal images using infrared photography, his trademark technique.

Feast your eyes on these wonderful landscapes, and don’t miss the previous works from this photographer: Blue Iceland and Roads, which we covered on Bored Panda previously.

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