I bet there's as many stories brought on with this image as there are viewers. Is he remembering a friend lost at sea or is he just marvelling at the vastness of the ocean? What do you think he's thinking about?
Eyjafjallajökull Maybe the most famous vulcano of recent times? It's eruption in 2010 closed the airspace in large parts of Europe due to ash being thrown many kilometres up into the atmosphere. It looks peaceful enough these days but who knows what Mother Nature is cooking beneath the surface? - bit.ly/ibtblog
Thingvellir After a short hike in the Thingvellir fissure where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet we ascended into this magnificent sun shining through the clouds. Venturing into the fissure was astonishing alien and a little bit scary because of the earthquakes just days before in New Zealand. A newfound respect and regard for mother nature is impressed on you as soon as you set foot on Iceland. - bit.ly/ibtblog
Abandoned places in all shapes & forms has always intrigued me. This famous car graveyard has long been on my list of places to shoot. And finally some good photography friends and yours truly took the trip.
Don't you just sometimes wish you could step through a portal and be far far away in a wonderous place? That's just what I did when I made this image, I thought of travel, and the pain of actually travelling.
In August 2016 I had the pleasure of doing a fun photoshoot with Betty von Breeze. A photographer friend and myself did a lot of different shots, but this turned out to be one of my favorites! Hope you like it as much as I do?
It's finally gotten dark enough at night for us northerners to see the aurora borealis! Are you as excited as I am to once again to embark out into the night in pursuit of capturing the northern lights? Have you gotten a shot after summer?
Ever visited the high alpine roads? A small detour on my summer roadtrip yielded views like this! Yes, it was raining and cold, and it would have been miserable if it wasn't for majestic vistas such as these
Charlotte Sortgrim Back from my little roadtrip I had the great fortune of setting up a photoshoot with Charlotte Sortgrim. It was almost a bust because of heavy rains but the sun came back out again and we had a great photoshoot! Ended up with several images we were happy with. On top of that I learned tons and I'm steadily inching forwards into portraiture! - bit.ly/ibtblog
The Ossuary When it comes to cultural experiences I think I'm a bit outside the box regarding taste. Perhaps that's why I ventured to a crypt in Brno (Czech Republic) only to have my jaw drop as I gazed upon some 50000 skulls & bones. And it truly felt as they gazed right back at me! A truly amazing and chilling trip. Would you dare venture deep underground to greet these guys? - bit.ly/ibtblog
The Death Wall Right outside block 11 in Auschwitz you will find the infamous 'Death Wall'. Thousand of lifes were taken at this very spot. Walking around Auschwitz-Birkenau camps will give you chills down to the bone but it is also a powerful experience and a sobering reminder of what we read in the history books. - bit.ly/ibtblog