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‎Norway‬ and its sense of scale

If there was one concept that crept into my mind the instant I landed in Norway, it was the importance of conveying a sense of scale. In most of our cases, Colby, Joe, and I were totally surrounded by gigantic mountains with beautiful peaks but in order to truly provide an idea of their grandeur, it would be important to find […]

By |Mar 19th, 2015|

The changing tides of Norway

Ahhhh, Haukland Beach in Norway. ColbyJoe, and I shot sunrise and sunset here… a lot. At first, that may sound tedious or monotonous, and in a way, you’d be right. But the more I thought about it, the more I came to appreciate this rocky shore because while the physical environment around us was static, the weather was anything […]

By |Mar 17th, 2015|

The vastness of Kawa’a, Hawaii

I think it’s as good of a time as any to shift from the frigid temps of the arctic circle to the tropical climate of Hawaii. One of my favorite places to get a great representation of what sort of terrain Hawaii offers is at Kawa’a. The path to get to this particular beach is not well-marked and it’s so […]

By |Mar 15th, 2015|

The Boulder Beach at Unstad, Norway

Navigating the loose boulders that make up the shore of Unstad Beach in Norway was tricky to say the least. That statement is doubly true as you get closer to the water line because you’re not only contending with an onslaught of waves (and the spray that comes along with them) but you’re also tasked with finding solid footing on […]

By |Mar 14th, 2015|

Day 2 in Reine, Norway

The weather on our second day in Reine was a bit different than on our first. As Colby describes it, it was “stormy with intermittent sunshine,” but that didn’t keep us from zipping around to different parts of the Lofoten Islands. It’s so cool to see how intricately and thoughtfully the Norwegian people have linked each of these islands. It really […]

By |Mar 6th, 2015|

Day 1 in Reine, Norway

Yesterday was my first full day in Norway. After landing in Oslo, the day prior, Colby, Joe and I drove three hours north to the storybook town of Reine, nestled within the Lofoten Islands. Because it was very dark when we first arrived, being able to see this place as the sun rose was very special. Fortunately, the weather was […]

By |Mar 5th, 2015|