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Finding Inspiration in the Abandoned

I’m still in the early stages of winding down from a two week overload of beautiful landscape and nature scenes. Iceland and Norway can do that to you. On top of that, I live 30 minutes away from one of the epicenters of waterfalls in the world. In other words, it would seem that I have no shortage of environments …

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c’t Magazine Feature: Making of Thor’s Well

Several months ago, an editor from European-based publication, c’t Digital Photography Magazine, reached out and asked to interview me, noting that he was intrigued at a shared photo I took at Thor’s Well, near Cape Perpetua, OR. I was humbled and graciously accepted. The good folks at c’T Magazine graciously provided me with a PDF excerpt of the article to …

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Kirkjufellfoss

I just received my check-in notice for our return flight that will take us back home to Portland after two wonderful weeks traveling around Norway and Iceland. Both countries offered up some exquisite landscapes and amazing light, along with a sorts of temperamental weather. After all was said and done, Nicole and I ended up circling the entire country of …

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Behold Skógafoss

We’re about five days into our Iceland Ring Road extravaganza and finally found a comfy service station with free wifi! That basically means that we’re on a mad dash to import/organize/edit photos taken around this beautiful country since arriving and catch up on the disgusting state of my inbox. The first photo that I want to share is of the …

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Just go and see

If there is one thing that I’ve learned to appreciate about the Lofoten Islands of Norway, it’s how fun and easy it is to explore all of its random paths. Some are paved, some are not… and others are what travelers would consider “primitive” in that there is some semblance of a trail. Whatever the case, your best bet is …

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Reine in the rain

With all my travels around the world, it’s safe to say that this one, thus far, has thrown my body clock for the biggest loop. Despite getting to Reine two days ago, I couldn’t get into a normal rhythm. Part of it has to do with the fact that the sun doesn’t actually set in this area from May – …