The above picture is combined from 5 individual images taken of Dyrhólaey, Iceland, from earlier this year.
My third trip to Iceland yielded the very first time I have ever seen the aurora.
Below is a short time-lapse of the aurora as it appeared over Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon on the South coast of Iceland on the night of February the 28th, 2015.
Beneath the video are some of the other photographs I took of the aurora that night.
A week ago I returned from a two week trip to Iceland.
It was my third time visiting this country and the second time I had used the company Wild Photography Holidays.
The trip consisted of the first week with the guides from Wild Photography and the second week a group of us had planned an additional trip – more about this in a future post.
The first week had a group of ten travelling to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula on the West of the island.
Traditionally, at the end of these trips, there’s a presentation of images from each of the group participants, consisting of some of the better images each person thinks they have captured on the trip.
In this post I’m going to present the images I included in this activity.
Every year in my place of work at the start of December it looks like Santa’s Grotto has vomited all over the desks people use.
Don’t get me wrong, this is actually a welcome addition to the open-plan office that I work in; it brings a much needed splash of colour to what is otherwise a drab and dreary office interior – it’s just really the best way I can describe the decorations that get put up.
Before my trip to Iceland in August, a friend (Nick Miners) contacted me and suggested I attempt to come away from the trip with enough good images that I can put together a 2015 calendar.
The challenge was accepted.
Just a quick gallery of images from my most recent trip to Iceland (August 16th-27th)
A much more comprehensive posting will be happening soon.
In early May of this year I went and took some promotional shots for local band Rabid Bitch of the North.
It was such a fun day I stuck around for the the full band rehearsal afterwards.
I don’t think the band members had quite expected me to stay for the full day, but we were all having so much fun, it was no problem for me to stick around for the extra time.