A subdued palette. The next chapter in an ongoing series.
Tag Archives: Winter
Nature in monochrome. This is the inaugural post of a new series of Icelandic winter scenes that look like they could be recreated with charcoal strokes on an artists’ canvas. To abide by the spirit of that theme, the post-processing has been kept to a minimum. All posts on this theme are collected here. […]
A test of nerves and skill. Landing an aircraft in Iceland‘s fjords can be an unnerving experience. Negotiating rapid changes in weather and visibility, especially the unforeseen wind gusts, demands a high level of skill. Icelandic pilots are very well trained to operate in these conditions. Last year in March I was stranded for 3 […]