The Mountain Storms of Time – Stuck in Customs

The Mountain Storms of Time

HDR DVD Soon! Get Early Notice

I know you guys love HDR as much as I do… The DVD is pretty much done… The Premium version is clocking in at over 6 hours. That’s a lot of time watching me work through these things, step-by-step. We are in the middle of testing these to make sure they work inside many different DVD players.

Even though the team is making a bunch of these, we are not sure how many will be avail in the first batch, so be SURE to sign up to our newsletter so you get early notice!

My HyperMac Comes Through!

A few months ago, I did a HyperMac Review here on the site. This is a really cool external battery that will charge up your Mac, iPad, iPhone, or i-anything. Sometimes, I am away from power outlets for far too long, and this thing saves my bacon. I find I have an inexhaustible need of electrons to power my life. It’s just the way it is… having this thing around while on the road was a real benefit. It hasn’t let me down yet… I highly recommend it!

Daily Photo – The Mountain Storms of Time

Ahhh… I’m so excited to be posting these two photos!

During my recent expedition in Iceland, I revisited an old favorite. This area is wild and incredible. I can’t get enough of this particular vista, and I waited patiently for things to get just right.

It was bitter cold outside, and I had all manner of warming clothes on.  Even though I brought my sweet special gloves where the fingers peel back, it still was not enough to keep my whole person warm.  Upon landing and going into Reykjavik to have breakfast at my favorite French restaurant, I bought a few strange-looking woolen Icelandic hats.  Maybe I should have captured photos of myself in all this garb… but I am sensitive to taking too many photos of myself on the blog.  When people do too much of that it gives me the heebie-jeebies.  This is probably just in my head.

Now, you may remember this exact spot from another photo, several years back. The lower photo was taken around the middle of winter, and this new upper photo was taken in the middle of summer. I’ve put the two below so you can compare and contrast.

This was shot in the middle of the summer of 2010, not too far from the solstice.

HDR Photo

And this photo was taken in the dead of winter about 2 or 3 years ago.