• Photographing Iceland – Goodbye Farewell and Amen

    This is the LAST EPISODE of Photographing Iceland. What an epic journey it has been! On my last day in Iceland I visit Haifoss Waterfall and then return to Landmannalaugar in the Highlands where I had originally failed miserably to get a shot. This time things turned out a little bit more different than what I expected…   Check it out now on my YouTube channel, click the pic below 🙂  

  • Photographing Iceland – Arriving in Iceland

    Photographing Iceland – Today is the day I finally arrive in Iceland to begin my photographic journey. Flying from London to the capital Reykjavik, then by car to southern Iceland.   Check it out now on my Youtube channel, click the pic below to go straight to the video 🙂  

  • Hooker Valley Track – New Zealand

    For so many years I have wanted to hike along the Hooker Valley Track in New Zealand.  I was fortunate enough recently to make my dream come true.  In April this year, on a perfect Autumn day, my wife and I set out to do the 8 km (5 mile) 4 hour round trek to the base of Mount Cook and Hooker Lake via the Hooker Valley Track and let me tell you … it was SPECTACULAR!     It was everything I dreamt it would be.  Besides the jaw dropping alpine scenery, I was also witness to avalanches (from a distance),  flowing streams, suspension bridges, wildlife, icebergs (yes, icebergs!)…

  • Day 6 Queenstown

    Another long day of driving 6 hours to and from Milford Sound from Queenstown, but it is SO worth it!  Picture perfect day for weather once again and mother nature turned it on for me as I drove into Te Anau, the entry towards Milford Sound.   I got shots of ice caked rocks with rushing water coming down rivers.  Early morning mist on long sweeping plains, waterfalls, plants frozen solid, panoramas of misty snow capped mountains.  For the first time I witnessed an avalanche at Homer Tunnel.  It was scary and exhilarating all at the same time.  Needless to say I didn’t stick around long after that and continued…