Where Did the Time Go?

March 27, 2017  •  2 Comments

Where did the time go?

 

It seems like just yesterday my friends and I journeyed to Iceland though in reality it was all the way back in November. Now we are planning a trip to the Badlands this fall. It is always exciting planning a new adventure, though it reminds me I haven’t finished going through all my Iceland images. 

 

The CrewTaken while exploring Dverghamrar, which is a Basalt rock formation.

This is a Basalt Formation. Location: Dverghamrar. Regína Hrönn  Ragnarsdóttir wrote a nice article in Guide to Iceland about this unique place. Dverghamrar

 

When I got back in from six days in Iceland, I was totally wiped out. I wasn’t quite prepared for the time change coming back. We were up late every night hoping to catch a glimpse of the Northern lights and up early to get to our destination before sunrise. The weather never cooperated on either front however. Regardless, the return home was hard, but oh so worth it.  After a few days of catch up sleep I rolled right in work, then Christmas, then in January, San Antonio, Texas for Imaging.


Time for a little touring around San Antonio. The Alamo was one of the highlights.

 

 

Imaging in one of the largest gatherings of photographers in the country. Its sole purpose is to bring photographers together for three days of learning and networking. I came home from Texas ready to get to work and try out a few new tricks and then poof it’s the end of March and I am just getting back to Iceland.

 

In a way it’s kinda nice to have the delay in looking at my images. They bring back lots of wonderful memories and are brightening up this dreary day that’s somewhere between winter and spring. I know we have to get through this in between time in order to find spring, but I’m ready for some green.

An Icelandic Rainbow

Icelandic Rainbow

 

We plan on returning to Iceland in 2018 and during a better weather season. It is a gorgeous and unique country and I can’t wait to go back. Please check back frequently as I will be post images soon.

 

Icelandic Horse

The infamous Icelandic Horse. To read more about this breed of Horse Icelandic Horse or to view more images from my trip to ICELAND, click on the links 

Thanks for stopping by & adventure on J


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Fotonic Images, LLC
Thank you so much Su! I am glad you are enjoying your art work :)
Su Peterson(non-registered)
I have the Icelandic rainbow hanging in my living room and love it
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