This is an interesting shot that has generated a fair bit of chatter.

I was wild camping on Ruta 40 heading south in Patagonia, literally in the middle of nowhere. The wind had been howling all night and it was freezing cold. As it just started to get light, and I could make out the shape of the clouds, the sky started to turn yellow, then yellow with crimson and blue streaks, before finally bursting in to a vivid orange. It only lasted at the most 1 minute but was a truly unforgettable sight.

I've made some minor adjustments to contrast and exposure but otherwise, this is how it looked! Interestingly our good friend Jimmy Corrigan, who saw the pic on our facebook page, recognised it immediatley and knew, more or less, the exact location.

It's one of those, you had to be there shots!