Climbing Hoverla, by Enrique Aviles

 

This photo was taken while climbing Hoverla mountain in Ukraine. Not used to this type of weather and without the proper protection (snow came early), my fingers almost froze and I came close to hypothermia. With help from the guide, I recovered and climbed it all the way to the top, making of this a memorable day.

Climbing Hoverla, by Enrique Aviles

Technical Info: Nikon D90 | ISO 200 | Focal length 27mm | Exposure 1/320sec at f/10
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | December 29
Title of the photograph: Climbing Hoverla
Photo of the Day Award Category: Adventure Photography
Photograph Location: Hoverla, Carpatian Mountains | Ukraine

Photographer: Enrique Aviles ( Guayaquil, Ecuador )
Travel, documentary, portrait and adventure photographer. Some of his work has appeared in several magazines and newspapers in his home country.

Born in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Enrique worked as a strategic creative in one of the biggest Advertising Agencies of Ecuador, where he received both national and international recognition for his work. Soon, he started a new venture: the first 3D Advertising Agency in Ecuador, 3Deep. Here he has worked with over 40 brands.

With the success of 3Deep, Enrique undertook his life long desire, traveling. But also recovered his childhood passion, photography. And for the last 3 years, Enrique has been traveling and documenting the world.

Portfolio: www.enriqueaviles.com
Website: www.phototraveling.enriqueaviles.com
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