Seljalandsfoss Area

Seljalandsfoss Area

Driving the Ring Road After leaving the airport I headed straight to 1. I did not want to spend much time in Reykjavik since I knew I would be there for a few days at the end of the trip. The first day of the trip was very wet. The kind of wet you could stand outside...
Námafjall Geothermal Area

Námafjall Geothermal Area

Iceland Recently, I spent eight days in Iceland driving the Ring Road. I spent many miles zig-zagging through the whole country. I’ve wanted to go to Iceland for many years. I wanted to see this wild desolate place for myself. Iceland did not disappoint. Around...
Ketchikan & the Misty Fjords

Ketchikan & the Misty Fjords

On the last full day in Alaska, I visited the city of Ketchikan. I was not in the actual town very long – just long enough to walk around and look at the shops. Most of my time was spent on a boat headed out to the Misty Fjords. It was a lovely day and great...
Glacier Bay National Park

Glacier Bay National Park

Another favorite part of my Alaska trip was Glacier Bay National Park. When we first entered Glacier Bay I was disappointed – it was foggy and drizzly. The fog was so thick that it was like we were sailing through clouds. As we got further into the park I...
Skagway and the White Pass Train

Skagway and the White Pass Train

Out of all the trips in Alaska, Skagway was one of my favorites. The little town tucked away in the inside passage – surrounded by beauty. The town itself is cute but still has a ton of jewelry stores (seriously what is it with these towns and jewelry stores?)...
Juneau – The rainy and foggy day in Alaska

Juneau – The rainy and foggy day in Alaska

Juneau – When plans change My first stop in Alaska was Juneau. It was raining/snowing and so foggy that you could not even see the shore – even though I knew it was right beside us. It was miserably cold and I found out that my 6 hour kayak trip was...
Highlights of Alaska

Highlights of Alaska

I’ve been back from Alaska for a few days and starting to finally get my land legs underneath me.  I will be editing Alaska photos for probably the rest of my life. I did not realize how many panos and bracketed photos I took – which means for one image...
Packing for Alaska

Packing for Alaska

Tomorrow I leave for Alaska, but I’ve been packing and repacking my camera bag for a few weeks now. As a photographer, we all know the struggle of packing the perfect bag. Take too little – regret it … take too much – regret it. It’s probably easier to...
Last day of Capturing San Francisco

Last day of Capturing San Francisco

Lunch after Alcatraz See how it started (part 1 | part 2 | part 3) After the ferry ride back from Alcatraz, we headed to Boudin’s for lunch where I’m pretty sure almost everyone ate half a loaf of sourdough! It truly is the best sourdough bread out there! I spent...