Waterfalls of Iceland

Iceland is the home to many spectacular waterfalls, due to the North atlantic which produces rain and snow; and a near-Artic location which gave rise to the many glaciers which melt and feed many rivers during summer. During my last trip to Iceland, I managed to visit and photograph a few of them. Godafoss (Goðafoss)… Continue reading Waterfalls of Iceland

Watching the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) For the First Time In Iceland

Iceland—The land of fire and ice, with its stunning and largely untouched landscape, is a dream destination for many landscape photographers, myself included. It is also featured in several movies and TV shows like The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Game of Thrones and even the latest Star Wars: A Force Awakens! Of course, Iceland… Continue reading Watching the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) For the First Time In Iceland

Waterfalls in UK

Other than the beautiful Black Linn Falls at The Hermitage, there are a few other waterfalls that Jed and I went to as well. On the way up the Gibson’s Cave and Summerhill Force is this unnamed fall. A 10-stop ND filter is used to obtain a long exposure which gives the silky-smooth effect to… Continue reading Waterfalls in UK

The Hermitage

Located in The Hermitage at Dunkeld, Scotland, Ossian’s Hall is a little nondescript building which overlooks the Black Linn Falls. It’s the beginning of fall, so the trees have started to change colour, which makes a good backdrop for the little house. Entering the house reveals a lookout point for the Black Linn Falls. Again,… Continue reading The Hermitage