Monthly Archives: May 2013

Mountaintop samba. After finishing my early morning shoot in Death Valley, I was driving towards Furnace Creek when I descried this pair in the distance on the ridge next to Zabriskie Point. I immediately got out of the car and set up my tripod. It turned out that the couple, Luis Felipe Balbinot and Sandra […]

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Abandoned fjord in Iceland’s remote east. The 7 kms long Loðmundarfjörður was home to 143 inhabitants in 1860 but by 1973 that number had dwindled to zero. Getting to this lovely fjord over land is not easy; access is via a rough gravel route best negotiated in a sturdy 4×4.           […]

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A festival of light. Pyramid Peak (6703 feet) lies in the Funeral Mountains of the Amargosa Range on the eastern flank of Death Valley. The sequence below was taken earlier this month and explores daybreak on the eastern face of the range. This view receives scant attention from photographers for it is hard to break […]

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