A Foggy Road
Driving through southern Iceland
A horribly rainy day, but we weren't going to let that stop us from exploring this mossy canyon.
Our first night out chasing the Aurora.
We found an amazing curtain popping out beneath the clouds just past the Dyrhólaey Lighthouse.
Our view from the top of a 15,000 year old glacier at sunset. We were the only ones on it by then.
Water and Lava
I popped my DJI Mavic Pro up into the skies above Vik, and got a cool shot of the waves licking over the volcanic rock beaches.
We stopped to check out some of the Equine wildlife. Their long manes are a signature of Icelandic Horses.
Icelandic Horses 2
Aurora Borealis I
After 2 days of chasing, we finally caught a break in the clouds over Iceland and caught a glimpse of the Auora above us.
Aurora Borealis II
Our night in Stykkishólmur was the best night we saw the lights the entire trip. Even though it was partially cloudy, it gave an interesting texture!
Looking at Mýrdalsjökull Glacier from above, you can notice each and every vein where the glacier streams traveled. If each of these lines could tell a story like on the palm of one's hand...
I caught my buddy Jim staring up at the stars after the Aurora had died down. His headlamp shone into the stars like a spotlight. I thought this was a neat moment.
Landscapes & Adventures
I have had the privilege to have a job that requires travel. Here are some of my shots that I happened upon while traveling to or from set.