Monday, September 28, 2009
Today's weather here in west Michigan is something to warm an Icelander's heart: 35 to 50 mph winds, 12 foot waves on Lake Michigan, and horizontal rain. So I channeled it into the darkroom (metaphorically, that is) to work on this print that I have been aching to get to.
Saturday, September 26, 2009
This small waterfall caught my eye before I climbed to the top of Dynjandi Falls. I was visualising the image and how it would look all the way to the top of the falls and back down again. This is a scan and I hope the print is better.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
I think the name of "this Place" is "Dykes On The Water, And Fire In The Sky". You'll hopefully remember that Clay helpfully explained that the rock formations were created from a dike (a flow of lava that fills a vertical crack).
Just in case you need the song reference, see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jp3de50_d8
Tidal channel at the fjord to the south of Isafjordur. Really can't think of anything too funny to say about this.
Rocks water and sky.
Hell, I almost nodded off on my keyboard just now.
It's that soothing. Have some wine. And some nice Humboldt Fog cheese. And sure, the crackers are organic. The wheat is crushed only by millers who read the Daily Kos. Can you believe those people with the guns? And the mis-spelled signs? Oh my.
From our very first night of shooting... way back. It is great to relive this trip every day through my film and files! Anyone know the name of this place? I've been calling it the "Lava Spine". I'll be needing something better than that!
I'll have to dig out the maps.