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Gems On The Beach

Everyone knows about how beautiful Iceland is.  If there is a god then this is the place on earth where all the art school graduates display their work.  Almost anyplace you int your camera you will find incredible photo opportunities.  I have traveling to Iceland since 2005 and I have still so much to see and discover.

One place that yields new winning images every time I visit is the iceberg beach.  This is a beach not too far from a giant glacier.  The icebergs calving off the glacier float out to sea and then low tide washes them on the beach.  This usually produces under the right conditions hundreds of small icebergs.  It’s heaven for photographers.  These two images I produced in a couple of hours there.  The background also lends to great images and as you can see in these, what I call the Arctic Yellow shines though along with such beautiful clouds.

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Abandoned Farm House

One of the things that have always made the Palouse un to explore is the abandoned houses and trucks that can be found in many places.  Unlike other places, I visit it seems that a lot of times somewhere along the way folks just one day decided to pack some things and leave their homes.  it’s not uncommon to find homes that have been abandoned for 20 plus years.  Sometimes there is furniture and personal belongings in these homes.

The home above is one of these.  There were a barn and a garage with this home but they were burned down in 2017.  That is happening more and more too in the Palouse and is a who;e other stories. In any case, as a photographer, I like trying to capture these places and make the viewer ask what was the story?