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Zen Peaceful Iceland at Dusk

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Great workshop weekend!

We had a great one – thanks everyone for coming! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. I got a real kick out of seeing people’s results from the night before. People went home and tried all of this stuff for real and got some stunning results. On Twitter, check the the has #HDRWorkshop for a few samples. Thanks again for all the enthusiasm when you come to the classes – that is really nice of y’all.

Daily Photo – Zen Peaceful Iceland at Dusk

The soft magnetic blue of dusk lasts a good hour or more in Iceland. It’s a nice time to relax into your right brain, move around freely, and take photos until you collapse in exhaustion.

In Reykjavik, there is a lake that freezes solid, or, at least, it appeared to be solid, every winter. I started walking slowly across really give it a test. Why not? During my scoot-fest, I found this wonderful little bridge.

I’m thinking of going to Iceland this year for the summer solstice (that day when it is 24 hours of sunlight)… sounds awesome! I can’t imagine a 5 hour sunset followed IMMEDIATELY by a 5 hour sunrise!!

Zen Peaceful Iceland at Dusk

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7 responses to “Zen Peaceful Iceland at Dusk”

  1. Steve says:

    I hope you do go for the summer solstice. I could imagine an amazing gallery of photos from that 10 hours of shooting.

  2. casusan says:

    Love this shot Trey – the summer solstice would be awesome in Iceland – know that’s one of your favorite places and your photos are fantastic from there – good news on the kindle thing!

  3. Birgit says:

    Yes, Iceland has been on my list for a long time. Hope to visit this year.

  4. Oh Iceland, how I dream of going there! If only to see all those places you already shot beautiful pictures of! 😉

  5. Mike Diblicek says:

    Hi Trey,

    Nice photo, the colours are great.

    Message for those wishing to get hold of an invite for HDR Spotting, I have three (3) invites to give out, if anyone is interested i will give them out on a first come, first served basis.

    The first 3 demands under this post will get the invites. i will look back at 18h00 (European time)

    All the best


  6. Ill take a invite!

    And terry if you are in Iceland, drop me a line, would love to meet you. I love your work and no mater how I try I can’t take as good pictures of stuff I walk by every day..

    – rob

  7. Frauke says:

    GO TO ICELAND in the summer!
    We did this the past 2 years and it is great.
    Do you like the hiking in absolutely unpopulated areas? Where polar foxes litterally come right up to you? I can tell you where to go. Right at the polar circle (17 km south).
    Since you know Iceland well I guess you already know all of this, but feel free to contact me for personal experience.

    PS: I am taking a stop over in Iceland before Easter now, it seems. Aurora Borealis!