Jorge Juan Anhalzer sees himself as a self-taught adventurer, captivated by photography. As a young man, he climbed the Andes mountain, bearing witness to their beauty through photography. Although the images were fine black-and-white film photographs, they were fragmented, and Anhalzer felt frustrated by his inability to capture the landscape in its entirety
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