The Torres is a living, breathing postcard. The amount of stunning landscapes you can record is only a function of how many memory cards you're carrying. There are no bad viewpoints.
Throughout the trek, multiple times a day, I found the same general scene repeated: reaching the top of a hill, or the edge of a cliff, or the start of a valley, I'd find another hiker frozen in reflection, quietly resting, pausing to take in the view. If any words were exchanged, they'd only be a minimalist acknowledgement of the beauty we were seeing.
(After a while.)
"Yea, see ya."
(One of us moves on.)