Winter view across Kjerkfjorden towards Vindstad, Lofoten islands, Norway. Jan 2010. This was perhaps one of the most perfect days I’ve experienced in my life. The day to which I have since judged every other; none having come close in the last 18 months since I took this photo. But as with all good things, the 4 hours of light of the polar winter was gone all to quickly. An amazing 4 hours it was.
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Lake Gjende, Jotunheimen national park, Norway. Aug 2010. I rose early for sunrise, yet nothing of much interest materialized so I returned to my tent for a few more hours of rest. A few ours later I peeked out the door and saw this scene of total calm. I checked my watch, shit, the ferry leaves in a few minutes, time to get moving. I hoped up, ran down barefooted (to the mosquitoes liking) to the shore of the lake. 5 minutes later, the morning ferry to Gjendesheim passes by, the wake leaving the lake rippled there after…
Lofoten and Vesteraalen islands, Norway. Sept 2009. Taken from on board the Hurtigruten ferry as I traveled from Sortland to Stamsund on a rather stormy and windy day. Luckily storms and wind make for nice light is one is brave enough to face the elements. I made many nice Photos during this journey.
Ring of Brodgar, Orkney, Scotland. Dec 2009. The barren, windswept islands which make up the Orkney islands are one of my favorite places. While the short days of December are probably not the most ideal time to visit, it had been three years since I last stepped foot here, so my return was long overdue. Despite a bit of wind, the weather cooperated quite well over the few days I was there.
Welsh Mountain Pony, Hay Bluff, Brecon Beacons national park, Wales. Jun 2010. Hay Bluff, just above the town of Hay-on-Wye was one of my favorite places for a summer afternoon of wandering around the hills. Quite often the weather was typically ‘Welsh’ (rain), yet some days managed to turn out quite nice, there in a Welsh Mountain Pony, and there you go, the photo is almost made for you.
Stamsund, Lofoten islands, Norway. July 2010. I’ve stood in this very spot a hundred times in the last 10 years, and walked away with a hundred different images. It’s a little rocky point out beyond the harbor from the Stamsund Vandrerhjem. To the north is this view towards Henningsvaer. East looks across the Vestfjord towards the Norwegian mainland, visible on clear days. This photo was taken after 11:00pm, on one of those magically endless Lofoten summer days. Stamsund is quite simply the center of the universe, enter and you may never return…
Salton Sea, California. Mar 2010. The Salton Sea is always an interesting place, both for ones eyes and nose. I arrived in darkness to a location that I thought I knew, yet I wasn’t aware just how far the lake level had declined since my last visit. This is what I found waiting in the morning light.
Eureka Dunes, Death Valley national park, California. Feb 2011. Isolated in the northern end of Death Valley national park are the Eureka Dunes. Less frequented than other areas of the park, one can escape here for a bit more isolation and a better chance at footprint-less dunes.
Devil’s Racetrack, Death Valley national park, California. Feb 2010. Vertical panoramic to emphasize the texture of the dry lake bed playa.