Some months ago I browsed my Iceland picutre folder and finished three more pictures which I uploaded only on social media so far. If you like my work make sure to follow me on social media, I update content more often over there. Please find the respective links in the “About” section.
Martian Beach When I selected pictures for a slide-show of my recent Iceland trip some days ago I found so many other shots I want to share 😉
This is the beach at Jökulsarlón, like most places in Iceland it looks like a Martian landscape, hence the name.
I really liked the contrast of the black sand and the white appearing icebergs floating and sitting around.
Fire in the Night What appears to be a cheap photomanipulation actually is some rare view I was lucky enough to witness once in my life: seeing a starry sky at 9:45pm with a phenomenal moonset below.
Seen in Iceland close to Dettifoss.
The Arctic Photographer
One of the most breathtaking locations in Iceland undoubtedly is the Jökulsárlón - Glacier Lagoon. It's really fascinating to observe huge icebergs floating in a big glacier lagoon and seals playing hide & seek while still far away from the arctic circle.
While shooting and getting really close to the icebergs Alex was kind enough to pose for me in front of this amazing vista.
Some weeks ago I received new prints. It’s a good mix of colourful landscapes and abstract modern architecture prints. I had the idea to create a little abstract b/w square gallery at home, hence the many squares. For that I might have to clean one of the walls first, they are already full of prints, so I might sell some of them later.
The prints on the first image are (top left to right): 2x HD metal alu-dibond, 1x canvas print
The second image shows a print on fabric and the third image shows normal alu-dibon prints.
I placed a recent buy (CD album INTERVALS – The Shape of Colour) next to my prints for size comparison 😉
Thank you WhiteWall for providing such high quality prints, I really love those HD metal alu-dibond prints!
Finally my Sirui M-3204X (nowadays N-3204X) tripod has shown some wear and it was about time to get it repaired. Nothing actually broke, only the half shells – which are part of the sliding mechanism – in the upper segment were worn out and sliding out the segment was really hard or not possible at all. Sometimes the sement even came off, like shown in the picture on the right.
Actually I wanted to get it repaired already earlier but never was sure whether I would get it back in time for planned photography trips. After I returned from the Faroe Islands a bit more than a week ago I knew that I can spare the tripod for a while because no other photography trips were planned.
What can I say, I sent the tripod in for service and received it back within 4 days only! Fully repaired and covered by the warranty (which is 6 years) coming with a nice letter stating what has been exchanged and repaired. Wow, when I received it back I couldn’t believe that it took not even a week. I’m impressed Sirui! This makes me confident to keep recommending Sirui tripods to other people. The price / value ratio is amazing!