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Ice Dreams


Winter in Iceland is a fantastic time to visit. The snow laced mountains throughout the Country are simply stunning to see, and the opportunity to capture the Aurora is a life-long bonus. Getting from point A to point B can be somewhat problematic; icy roads, incredible winds and whiteouts are just a few of the hazards. Forget the high-country unless you have special transportation. We met up with Skarpi Thrainsson a native Icelander and exceptional photographer who knows of unique areas even most locals don’t know. Since camping was out of the question we would stay with locals as we moved around the Island, most spoke English and all were excellent cooks, plus it’s a great opportunity to get to know some of the locals.
I’ve not spent much time on ice especially being from the West Coast so the occasional sound of ice cracking or settling under me feet were my cues to get some quick shots then return to the land. I was fortunate to capture this fantastic scene. This was shot at f2.8, for 25 seconds and 320 iso, focus stacked 3 images.
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Great photo.
Just wondering if you used tracked vehicles to get around?
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Amazing landscape photo! Really beautiful location.
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I was fortunate to be able to capture this reflection. I had recon'd this bog area the day before and new this was a perfect spot with numerous other compositions in this area. When I arrived in the morning the next day 90% of the water was frozen over, but the one area I really wanted to shoot was ice free. Sometimes Mother Nature is on your side. Mt. Assiniboine, British Columbia, Canada
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Hi guys, I just posted on my blog our 10 days in the Tombstone Mountains. Check it out if you have time.
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Check out my first image from the Tombstone Mountains, Yukon.
For a closer look follow the link and if your intrigued enough click on “like” or “comment”, thanks guys!
I first became aware of this part of the world from the drop dead images of Marc Adamus http://www.marcadamus.com/photo.php?id=526&gallery=favorites a few years ago. I and 3 other buds researched the area and decided to give it a go this year. We spent a week backpacking through this photographer’s dreamscape during peak fall season, and we could not have timed it better. The colors of the Tundra are truly incredible, just walking on it was lik...
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Tombstone Mountain Range
 I was really lucky to catch this front moving thru as I was getting ready to shoot first light on these beautiful Mountains. There was a splash of white from a nasty hail storm that passed thru the night before which helped with some contrast. I wish I would have had extra time for the light to bath more of the mountains but the front was moving so quickly this was my best shot.
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Mountain Cirque
This no-name lake was nearly surrounded by these beautiful craggy mountains. Taken in Northern Yukon Territory this September.
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This was taken at Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in BC, Canada. If you are intrigued enough follow the link and click on the "like" icon. Thanks guys!
September I returned to one of my favorite locations, Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in British Columbia. This particular morning I hiked down to the lake in the dark, not a smart thing to do especially by yourself but my 3 other buddies I was traveling with wanted to go to another location, the bastards. This is definitely Grizzly bear country so as I was hiking to the lake I was shouting and signing as loud as I could to make noise, yes I so...
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Here is my latest blog from our trip to the Bristlecone Pines and Minaret Lake.
Even if you're not a photographer, spending a day or two walking among the Bristlecone Pine trees is an incredible experience. They're considered the oldest living trees in the world at close to 5000 years. You will find defined trails and a map at the visitors center for Methuselah Grove trail ...
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As a landscape photographer I love the idea of capturing a piece of history, a moment that will never repeat. Like so many of my fellow Photographers, we are all on a constant quest for that moment when all of the elements come together and Mother Nature permits us to share in her glory. It doesn’t occur all that often but when it does, we remember why we love this crazy addiction.

For me the real bonus from photography is the ability to relive the moment. I can look at any of my images and remember the temperature, the season, the smell in the air and the excitement it may have generated in me. It’s a very palpable sensation, and it keeps me coming back for more.

I’ve traveled across much of North America as well as points in South America and beyond, and yet there are so many more locations still on the bucket list I hope to eventually get to. I’m always amazed at the absolute beauty that this world has to offer and consider it a privilege to be able to share just a small portion of this beauty with you.