Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Iceland Photo Teaser #2

 Just a few shots from Days 5 and 6 in Iceland.  
Will make a full edit of the best photos once I return to Texas next week.

For now... the landscape is vast, cold and empty. 



Icebergs floating out to sea



Stood in a frigid river making waves for this photo.



Iceland is known for its hardy breed of wild horses.



On everybody's bucket list is the opportunity to take a photo of the northern lights. Finally on our last night here, the lights made a faint appearance. Not spectacular and not visible to the naked eye, but the camera captured the green dancing lights using a long exposure.


Thanks my friends for following along on this fantastic opportunity to see and photograph Iceland. It is a spectacular place. Will be posting more edited photos from the trip in the future.


I heard the Triumph Rocket with sidecar frame will be ready for me when I arrive back in Houston. Am looking forward to making the Warthog adventure ready over the next few months.

Ride safe and long.

CCjon



6 comments:

  1. Iceland + Northern lights, definitely bucket list stuff, thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes, Iceland is every photographer's dream destination. So many great locations for impressive photos.

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  2. These are on another level, Abu! Incredible pictures and what an adventurous spirit to stand in frigid waters to capture waves :) Beautiful shot!!! I am so excited about the rest of the photos. Really really happy you got to see the Northern Lights. Even if I don't get my huge photo, I am still happy you got to see it. Safe travels back home!

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    1. Well the northern lights we saw were weak, not the spectacular green and red you see in the chamber of commerce brochures. But did get a few super landscape shots worthy of a wall hanging. When I get home and can view them on the large computer monitor, I'll know for sure what I got.

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  3. Nice pics! Iceland is definitely on "the list" now

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    1. Thanks Dom, Iceland is more spectacular in person than in these photos.

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