Helpful Photography Tips for Iceland
Some basic photography tips to help you take better images when you visit Iceland.
Photos of a Fishing Village on Koh Kood
I’ve visited several Thai islands, and Koh Kood is one of the standouts for me. Go visit while it remains relatively untouched.
Underwater Photography Woes
It’s no secret I love doing photography. Talk about a big duh, right? Doing underwater photography is a bit more of a challenge, though. Yeah, you have that whole breathing underwater thing, but that’s really relatively easy. Buoyancy can make it a challenge sometimes, too. And those damn fish tend to not want to sit still and pose. Though I greatly appreciate how patient moray eels are as models. And then there is...
Tigger photo: Turtle Release
This is the turtle release. The baby turtles rush to the water to survive. These were premature.
A special, spontaneous Thanksgiving
A few years ago, shortly after Tigger’s adoption became final, Thanksgiving was upon us. Usually we had a house full of friends, but that year people had other plans, needed to spend time with their own families, etc.,and so we ended up just having a very small dinner at home with one of my coworkers. Our company gave us a four-day weekend for the holiday. I wanted to do something special, especially since traveling was no...
Monday photo: Cozumel’s east side
While Cozumel, Mexico, is an island, the more inhabited side does not have as much of an easy access to the beach. The western side is fringed with reef which means little to no waves, and popular swimming areas are also full of all sizes of rocks. The southern beach areas are filled with resorts and beach clubs which most days of the week are packed with tourists from the visiting cruise ships. Paved roads do not extend to the...
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