After a month intermission from the website, internet and business side of photography I’m back in action. There’s nothing better than a nice long break to clear the mind. Over the break I was fortunate enough to visit Norway, Sweden, New York City, and Oregon.
The main goal of visiting Norway and Sweden was to step foot inside the Arctic Circle and see the Northern Lights. To do so we Flew into Kiruna, Sweden and rented a car. From there we took 10 days and drove over 2000 miles around the Fjords and into Norway. Due to a stagnant weather system with clouds that constantly followed us we kept an eye on the weather, finally finding some clear skies and the Aurora. Out of the entire trip we were able to see the light 3 times, all of which had some pretty nice activity.
I’ve included a few “snapshots” that I took while traveling below as well as a video. Currently the portfolio shots are in work and I’ll be posting a few in the coming weeks.
|Sunset in Northern Norway|
|Foggy Afternoon along the Norwegian Coastline|
|Massive Peaks at 68 Degrees North|
|A Random Shot the Paul Weeks Just Gave Me. Taken in Hong Kong|
After returning from my trips I was really to get back on the computer and start post processing some shots. This shot comes from one of the best places I’ve ever traveled to, Xingping, China. We set out early one morning while it was still dark to take some shots of the fisherman at sunrise. After venturing up the Lijiang River in the dark/mist/rain the sun popped out for a few seconds and allowed us time to get some good shots.