A collection of images from the glacial outlet lagoons on Iceland’s southside, where calving faces of the Vatnajokull glaciers dump their ice into the ocean. Although it looks like a frozen landscape, it is ever changing, with the light and land looking drastically every time I visited. I love sitting around here at night, watching auroras dance over head and sounds loud as thundering from icebergs rolling and crashing into one another. This place has been on my bucket list since childhood, but its still on there because I’m going to have to go back!
Wandering along the Cali coastline, from San Diego to San Francisco, with a few slipped in from a venture in Oregon.
Scripps Pier in La Jolla
Solitary stairway, Socal
Perfect morning to catch some waves, Ecola State Park, Oregon
Cormorants roosting for the evening, La Jolla
In for the night, La Jolla Cove
Couldn’t decide which version of this image I liked better, the orange glow of sodium streetlamps or the more neutral feel of my speed light. La Jolla Cove
Patterns in the sand, San Diego
Ocean fog rolling in, Southern Oregon
Misty morning at Ecola State Park, Oregon
Dolphins playing in the wake on the way to Santa Cruz
Sea Lions soaking in the sun
Scripps Pier, La Jolla
A few from the La Jolla potholes
A good night’s rest
Winds so strong you could stand at a 45 degree angle to the ground!
Ice arches under the green glow of an overcast aurora.
Ice swirling around as the tides come in.
Volcano’s glow high up on the ice shelf.
Breiðamerkursandur is the sandy shores on which icebergs from Jökulsárlón wash up on, and it is frigid! Got in a few times to get the right angle on some ice, and after 5 minutes in it took 5 hour just for my feet to feel right again! Nevertheless, a magical place where the light and landscape changes all the time.