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Lofoten....one of the most spectacular places on earth...a 2 hour drive from where i live...and i`ve never been there with a camera!
It`s embarrasing, i know... So a couple of weeks ago it was time to do something about it!

Tony & the cool gang was already out there and had been for several days. I just had one single day available. I met up with my good friend Håkon and after 5 cups of coffee we were ready to meet the britts in the capitol of Lofoten, Svolvær. We had a quick chat in the cabin where they showed us some übercool shots taken on the plane a few days earlier.

After a quick visit to Henningsvær, a spectacular village, we headed out to Utakleiv Beach. This beach is the number one spot for surfers in Lofoten. I read somewhere that it was named the 2nd most beautiful beach in the world. Only beaten by some beach on Hawaii.
It was a great place for sure, but 2nd most beautiful in the whole wide world? No i dont think so...

When i got out of the car at Utakleiv i`m sure the look on my face must have been amusing to the britts. I just couldnt stop smiling. The reason? Huge waves! At least i thought they were huge. The britts just laughed and started telling stories about the waves in Cornwall and stuff...Well anyway, in my world these waves were enormous :-)

As soon as everyone had their gear out and started setting up, i realized that i must have looked like a bloody fool. Everyone had these big bad tripods while i was standing there with my tiny Benro. Equipmentwise i was in another league. I`ve never been a technerd, in fact i`m not really that interested in the technical side of photography as long as i get the shots i`m after.
Now at the end of the day, when me and Joe stood together on the rocks, i felt like i didnt have the equipment to get the shots i wanted. We stood side by side shooting the same scene. On his briliant big-ass 5dMkII screen i could see that his shots was mindblowing. On my tiny classic (thx Hamish) 5d screen...my shots looked like a truckload of shit. When i got home i was glad to see that my shots werent that bad after all.

Back to Utakleiv...i`m not used to waveaction. So after 5 minutes i had a close encounter with a big wave. I got soaked... I think hamish got a shot of me falling over...i hope he did, cause it must have looked damn funny.

I wasnt happy with anything from that first session. When sunset was approaching we headed over to the next beach, Haukland Beach. This beach is much calmer than Utakleiv. The waves were a lot smaller and the sand..damn that sand was nice. In my opinion a much more beautiful beach than Utakleiv.

Now lets talk about Joe. He decided to walk from Utakleiv to Haukland.
That walk includes climbing over a mountainpass. A steep and dangerous mountainpass. And he didnt have a cellphone. I was convinced he wouldnt make it over until darkness so i was more or less prepared for a rescuemission. Luckily the crazy bastard showed up in time. If he hadnt i would have climbed up the mountain, killed the dude and stolen his 5dmkII.

Back to Haukland. I stood there, once again looking like a complete amateur next to Tony, Gary & Håkon. I saw a potential comp and like the true amateur i am, i asked Tony if i could borrow his equipment. Just the Lee Big Stopper, nothing more. oh..and the filterholder...and the adaptorring. (i had mine in the car...)I set up my comp and was ready for a really long exposure. Then i had to borrow his remote...Thx Tony :-)

Ofcourse i have to mention that Tony is evil. He`s a devil in disguise. He looks so nice and polite. But at one point he came over to me with a smile on his face saying he had to show me the shot that just had given him 10 000£. And while i`m looking amazed at his awardwinning shot, he knocks my tripod over. The result; a crushed polarizer. Nah..he`s such a great guy. I deserved getting a crushed polarizer. The wind knocked my babytripod over...

So this is it. My first trip to Lofoten... I love those peaks out there, rising up straight from the sea. Spectacular place indeed. I have several others that i will share little by little.

A huge thanks to the britts. You guys rock!


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Bleeding mountains cloaked in clouds

Structure , immense, condensée de puissance pierreuse noyée dans la brume ...

French Alps mountains@Sixt Fer à Cheval . 74 . France.

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Shot on Day 1 of the video documentary for aFeinberg Galleries. After picking up BROVADO Weddings (Media) we drove up Waimea Canyon to the Kalalau Overlook and descended Kalepa Ridge...an epic hike that takes you to a spit of land that divides Kalalau and Honopu. Needless to say it offers incredible views.

This was shot just before sunset as the sun was preparing to pop out below the cloud line so it wasnt direct light but instead this bright filtered super sexy light. I isolated this ridges on the north side of the valley as they seemed to jump right out at me.

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The Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills at sunrise. I sat below the arch on this stormy morning getting pelted with rain and wind praying that the clouds in the east would break up to allow some light onto the sierra and the storm clouds. Luckily enough, right at sunrise, light peered through the clouds and illuminated the scene. Too bad Mt. Whitney was shrouded in clouds, but it still made for a beautiful photo none the less.

Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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Patagonia . Argentina .
Autumn beauty with fresh snow . A lovely atmosphere . Very low contrasts , and shallow depth of field used here .


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Iceland...
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Another view of the Skaftafell Area in September Light .
Impressive colors in these fields !

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This was one of the most exiting camp site in my life .. We can't behold exactly where we are just now because of the night .. But .. We were completly LOST in the inside land.. amidst a lot of gentle hills and just beyond .. A crazy scape: Moss everywhere mixed with lava , creating a very wide and desolate view .. and a big strange lake.

This is called sleepless night because the inspiring atmosphere of the place .. the unspeakable feeling and the coming of the northern lights left us awake during a big part of the night.

I love these moments when we really feel Alive and .. life make sense.

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Almost certainly one of the most photographed pieces of landscape in the British Isles, it's almost blasphemy to go to Skye and NOT attempt to photograph the Old Man Of Storr in the north of the island.

It's a dawn location, the view here is taken looking south east across the south of the Isle of Skye (you can see the peaks of the Cuillins in the distance) with the mainland just visible to the left and the isle of Raasay between.
This however, isn't a dawn shot. I took this in the middle of the afternoon, when I was familiarizing myself with the location and picking out a spot to shoot from for the following morning. Fortunately, I took my time and got a couple of decent shots, because as it turned out, when I climbed up there before dawn the following day, in the cold and the wind and the rain and the mist, I couldn't actually see the Storr because it was so cloudy. I waited two hours for the sun to rise, but it never broke through the cloud, and all I got for my trouble was the shot below



So, as it turned out, this shot, taken in crappy light in the middle of the afternoon, was the only shot I actually got of the place. Fortunately, it's one of the very few locations which still photographs pretty well even in the aforementioned crappy mid-afternoon light...

To give an idea of scale, there are probably 20 or 30 hikers in this shot walking around the base of the rocks, and my wife is actually sitting on a rock looking out over the small lake you can see on the bottom left of the picture. The green smudge is a pine plantation you have to walk up through to get to the location. It's not a particularly hard walk in the day, but alone in the dark and mist before dawn, it's pretty eerie.

I never did get to see it bathed in the glow of first light at sunrise, but even so, it's one of those places that really does take your breath away....even in crappy weather.

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Incredible atmosphere under these very old fagus trees with magnificient shapes.. they fit perfectly with the mist, which was tinted in warm colors as it was the sunset time.

Puy des Goules (Puy de Dôme), France

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Glaciers have melted to the sea...

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This is a blend of two images. I took the first image at sunset at an ISO of 100 for a nice clean frame. Then I waited until the sun went away, boosted the ISO and began shooting some star shots. The star image was shot at ISO 3200. Scenes like these are not possible to the naked eye unless there is a full moon, and even then so, everything seems to be one color. This was shot on a moonless night as I had planned to capture as many stars as my camera could allow. Despite this area being in a wilderness area, the pink glow in the upper left is evidence of suburban sprawl. Something that is strangling these magnificent places and begins to take away from the "wild" of the wilderness experience. However, you can still see plenty of stars and can make out the faint milky way above. Because this image is a blend, not all the stars are visible. This shot took some planning and is a final product of one of my first projects this year. Don't be surprised if you see me post images from here in the spring and summer either because I have already planned to head back plenty of times. Sometimes, the work is worth it, but nothing ever beats just being out there, whether it's with a camera or not.

Superstition wilderness- Arizona.
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For those who follow my work should know that I try to keep man out of nature in my photographs. However, sometimes a scene presents itself in a way that only can be appreciated with a sense of scale. Here, two hikers explore the slick rock near delicate arch in arches national park. The landscape almost seems infinite for them. In the distance, you can see the road and the parking lot for the delicate arch trailhead. Along the horizon some of the rock formations can be scene including the famous balanced rock (to the right of the elongated butte). While not a long hike, it is all uphill making it difficult for a short amount of time (add about 40lbs of gear, rain, wind, and a busy trail). I shot this while waiting for numerous tourists to get away from the famous delicate arch. Sometimes though, it's the shots you take of something your not used to that help express your feelings the most. The two hikers express my exploration and wonder of this beautiful landscape. Sitting here looking out over everything hunched behind a rock to stay out of the harsh winds and needle sharp rain is something I'll do over and over. So in short terms, this image is more personal than others and I hope some of you can feel what I felt the next time you head out.

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Had a couple people request to see this one in color, even though I had kind of decided on the b&w. But anyway, here ya go guys!

Cold, dark, rainy autumn day in WV.

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Wind moving through a mountainside forest stirs up fresh October snow.

San Juan Mountains - Colorado

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A burst in the clouds is highlighted by the setting sun over Sedona. I watched as this shower moved towards me and heard the loudest bang of thunder I have heard in a while. I figured it was time to get off the hill.

Incoming storm- Sedona, AZ
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Sunflowers & sunrays at sunset on the eastern plains of Colorado during summer. I am going to talk as a second as an artist so stick with me, as this is something I rarely ever do. 
A lot of my work is a reflection of me and who I am. I've said many times that if you want to really know me, get to know my photography and the pictures you're presented with. Not many know this about me but often times I only post photographs which I have a deep emotional tie and bond with, photographs that are very representational of me, personally. Art has been a very personal thing for me and it continues to be 40+ years on. If you study the image and what it represents, you'll begin to understand how I see things, my state of mind, how I see the world. Look beyond the obvious of a "pretty picture" and into the depth of the image itself. If you can figure this image out then you in turn are also figuring me out. There's a tremendously deep conceptual value to almost every photo I post. Nobody really knows that but now you do. 
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Sunset reflects against the sunflowers just east of Denver, Colorado on the evening of Monday, August 18th, 2014. I had to wait for the right second to click the shutter as a breeze was blowing creating very challenging conditions. This is one of my favorite fields to photograph and the last time I had a chance was in 2011. The large sunflowers don't grow in the same field every year and usually skip a few years due to them draining so many nutrients out of the ground. On and on though this field went, literally miles upon miles of nothing but sunflowers! If you are interested in seeing this field during the daylight, I did record a video of it. Be sure to watch in HD and in full screen. youtu.be/KuOx7SquEqQ?list=UUwe…
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I have been hunting lightning for four years now, in the small amount of time I have that is not taken up by lab work and school.  The trick, I have learned, is being patient and lucky.  That's about all there is too it.  After tracking and learning the patterns of the monsoon systems of the Southwest, I had about zero successful trips all organized with excessive planning.  Then, on this trip, when I felt I had already missed the best opportunities due to scheduling conflicts, I got lucky. 

While watching the clouds dissipate as the day went on, down to nothing at sunset, I also felt another monsoon season and weeks of planning go down the drain.  Then, just after night fall, in the perfect loaction, a series of electrical storms built and hit out of nowhere.  The shear density of lightning is something I didn't even know could happen.  For a period of about an hour, three  surrounding storms displayed about a bolt every second like a strobe light.  There were times that I had a hard time breathing I was so excited and so focused on completing this photograph.

This is one of the most difficult photos I have achieved.  The bolts were so bright that, in order to expose them properly, I had zero information in the surrounding landscape and night sky.  So, I had to, with intense sadness and trepidation, give up a few of the bolts to get an exposed landscape.  What this means is that I had to significantly over expose the lightning to register the land.  The hard part about that is, as anyone who has shot lightning will tell you, you never know when the perfect bolt is going to strike, and, indeed, the best of the entire night occured while I was exposed for the land.  However, you can't have everything you want and to come away with something rather than nothing, I had to make a sacrifice.  I would do it all again if given the choice.

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One of the first images I took of the plain of Bagan in the half light before a spectacular sunrise.
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Shot on Day 1 of the video documentary for aFeinberg Galleries. After picking up BROVADO Weddings (Media) we drove up Waimea Canyon to the Kalalau Overlook and descended Kalepa Ridge...an epic hike that takes you to a spit of land that divides Kalalau and Honopu. Needless to say it offers incredible views.

This was shot just before sunset as the sun was preparing to pop out below the cloud line so it wasnt direct light but instead this bright filtered super sexy light. I isolated this ridges on the north side of the valley as they seemed to jump right out at me.

Look for the documentary to drop June 2012!

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This having been my third trip to Lake Helene for a perfect sunrise, located in Rocky Mountain National Park, I was certain that it was going to be a bust.  With clouds to the East looming over the front range like a bad omen, I just knew they would block the sunrise I had woken up for at 3:15 in the morning for.  Not only that, but the whimsical pinks and reds that only show themselves at dusk and dawn, teased me as they began to glow over areas I had little interest in focusing on.

But, as if all at once, the warmth of the sun began to slide down Notchtop Mountain and the passing clouds.  Even though the air was frigid and the wind ripping, I couldn't have felt a thing from all of the excitement.  And although the sounds of my shutter were muffled under the blasts of wind, my howls and cheers of the experience were not.

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Beautiful Avalanche Creek and its turquoise waters rush through a wonderful moss laden gorge.  It is a perfect getaway to have when the wide open landscape is bland and tasteless from cloud coverage.  You couldn't ask for a better color contrast as a photographer with the rich blues against vibrant greens.  And I can't complain about this little slice of depth of field heaven either.  

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With the weatherman forecasting clear blue, I had been expecting to be shooting almost exclusively night shots. Luckily, the weatherman was wrong twice, and the skies treated us to glorious sunsets over two of the best viewpoints in the park. I wanted to include as much of the sky as possible, so I decided to take multiple exposures while panning down to create a vertical panorama. While the ratio is that of a single image, this is an extremely wide view as I am basically on top of those foreground flowers. It was a great evening enjoyed with some fellow photographers. After sunset, we went back out to catch the milky way rising 90 degrees to the left of this shot.

Grand Canyon National Park- Arizona. 

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I have been hunting lightning for four years now, in the small amount of time I have that is not taken up by lab work and school.  The trick, I have learned, is being patient and lucky.  That's about all there is too it.  After tracking and learning the patterns of the monsoon systems of the Southwest, I had about zero successful trips all organized with excessive planning.  Then, on this trip, when I felt I had already missed the best opportunities due to scheduling conflicts, I got lucky. 

While watching the clouds dissipate as the day went on, down to nothing at sunset, I also felt another monsoon season and weeks of planning go down the drain.  Then, just after night fall, in the perfect loaction, a series of electrical storms built and hit out of nowhere.  The shear density of lightning is something I didn't even know could happen.  For a period of about an hour, three  surrounding storms displayed about a bolt every second like a strobe light.  There were times that I had a hard time breathing I was so excited and so focused on completing this photograph.

This is one of the most difficult photos I have achieved.  The bolts were so bright that, in order to expose them properly, I had zero information in the surrounding landscape and night sky.  So, I had to, with intense sadness and trepidation, give up a few of the bolts to get an exposed landscape.  What this means is that I had to significantly over expose the lightning to register the land.  The hard part about that is, as anyone who has shot lightning will tell you, you never know when the perfect bolt is going to strike, and, indeed, the best of the entire night occured while I was exposed for the land.  However, you can't have everything you want and to come away with something rather than nothing, I had to make a sacrifice.  I would do it all again if given the choice.

I hope everyone enjoys it.

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Location: Kirkjufell mountain, Grundarfjörður, Iceland
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The sky was blown up over Mount Assiniboine in Canada      
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I love South Park!!!
I fucking love it!!
Best American series! 
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2014
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I love South Park!!!
I fucking love it!!
Best American series! 
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Derwent Drawing & Faber Castell Polychromos colour pencils, also a bit of black ink, and white gouache (for scars), on Arches Aquarelle paper


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The first snows offers each year some beautiful scenes. The fresh snow, the first sunrays and the hazy atmosphere created a magical combination.
Photo taken in Les Bois Noirs, Allier, France.

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Everyone needs a little reflection time right?? Haha! A driftwood stump on a calm winter day here in North Alabama. So I was recently gifted a 3 month premium membership which I find to be awesome! This one is for the kind zootnik for giving it to me! Hope you like it my friend and thank you so much again! Now...how in the world do you do journal features these days? It's only been like 3 years or so since I have done one. LOL!
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