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Around the world

encounters with nature and ancient cities since 1992. For reels access 

Nature is indomitable, unpredictable. All you have to do is sit for a long time to realize that nothing that happens around you is predictable. And in that uncertainty I find a lot of peace, love, reflection and many sensations.


In Nature, the new takes centuries, and the old lasts longer than human life. There is always something new: where there was a volcano, today there is a jungle, where there was a jungle, today a desert, and so on in each ecosystem.

And observing that, I can't stop imagining the magnitude of the changes, seconds of force, to change the landscape suddenly.


Thanks to the dozens of people who explained to me, answered my questions. They dedicate their lives to understanding a part of a fantastic whole, leaving their contribution to knowledge, passionate, with their time and energy, which is all we have.


The explanations are incredible, there are thanks to them and I love listening to them.


I can only be there for a while, observing in silence, doing some activity and looking at details, a part, through the camera, to try to capture something of it and share it later.
I am aware that capturing refers to only one sense, vision. Sharing everything that happens, I think I'm not going to make it, because the 5 senses are activated in presence.


What I observe is part of a dynamic, Nature, Civilizations and what they left behind. A dynamic that I feel is greater than what I can count, thousands of species, rocks, etc. all together. Ask, find answers. Sometimes.


I prioritize a place because of a feeling of the moment, or a curiosity that I carried with me as a child, and for many more reasons, but that is where I want to go.


The impact that being there has on me generates a lot of sensations and imaginations and reflections, in my head and in my heart. Nature, art, life come together in my feeling.


As a child I watched documentaries, read Nature magazines and told myself: “be there”.


Faced with Nature, I feel part of the unknown and part, I am in the place that It put me and gives me air every day, and yes, in an instant of that continuous transformation, which is the one that touches me.


Thanks to those who shared trips, my brothers, friends and the people I came across, everything is integrated.


“Viva la vida”

Claudio A. Logaldo



Galápagos, Ecuador


Iberá: aguas que brillan, Argentina


Maranhao: superdunas, Brasil


Amazonia, Brasil


Pla. Valdes, Chubut, Argentina


Montaña Arcoiris, Perú


Círculo Ártico, Ballangen, Noruega


Chapada dos Veadeiros, Cerrado, Brasil

2019 - 2023

Iguazú: mega cataratas Argentina & Brasil


Atacama: volcanes y salares, Chile


Huacachina: desierto, Peru


Patagonia: lagos y bosques, Argentina

2006 - 2011 - 2021

Patagonia: glaciares, Santa Cruz, Argentina

1994 - 2004 - 2010

Laguna Blanca, Laguna Verde, Bolivia


Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

1994 - 2016

Agua Azul: el rio turquesa, México


Pto. San Carlos: ballena gris, México


Mendoza: Andes & volcanes, Argentina


Salta: en las nubes, Argentina


San Juan & La Rioja: Pangea, Argentina


Hawaii: islas de fuego


Cuevas en Argentina & Sudáfrica

2000 - 2003

Polinesia Francesa: los anillos


Jujuy: 7 colores, Argentina


Kruger safari, Sudáfrica


V Region: Andes, Chile


Nasca: líneas y cultura, Peru


Isla de Pascua: hogar de Moais, Chile


Pompeya: historias de lava, Italia


Valle Sagrado: Incas, Perú


Stonhenge & Avebury: arquitectura, Inglaterra


12 Ciudades en México: piedras que hablan


Imperio romano, Roma, Italia


Highlands: casas de piedra, Escocia


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