The many painted colours of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo

We attempted to pull a real travel photographer’s day on Tuesday. Alarm at 3:30AM. To the first site at 5:00AM. Photos for a few hours. Then hotel to nap. Up at 3:00PM. To Lunch. Then to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo for the evening. The following are shots that I took from about 18:00 to…

Adventures in longer time

A camera makes it possible to see a moment, and not just the seconds as they happen. I have recently bought a proper tripod and filter for my camera, and now that we are living in the Dolomites (Did I mention we moved to the Alto Dolomites for the summer?) I have so many beautiful…

2017: Without Comment

Presented without comment: My favourite photographs from 2017. I’m working on a post about the year, but this is a good start. 2017 was packed with great stuff, and had opportunities for some of the best photographs I’ve ever taken. I’m ready to explore some more in 2018. For reference: January-April 12 = Busan and…

Iceland’s Magic Waterfalls: Five of the Best

Iceland should really be called WaterfallLand. There are thousands of the beauties all over the island. The glaciers melt in the spring and summer and produce striking white stripes and countless rainbows that contrast with the landscapes and micro-climates. Sometimes, they genuinely seem infused with magic. And because Iceland’s waters are some of the most…

360 Degree Hike: Langidalur in Thorsmok

Our previous hike attempt had ended in difficulty when the trail became little more than a rock scramble eight feet wide, with huge drops on both sides. We choose correctly and went back down, saving ourselves for more traveling and hiking later. The next day, we did a short, steep, and gorgeous hike straight up…