Icelandic horses are such gentle giants and whenever I am in one of my favorite places in the world, I spend a lot of time making photos of these beautiful creatures. I came across this horse family by the side of what is called a backroad and spent about an hour observing the group dynamics … Continue reading Horsing around in Iceland
Today, I am kicking off a series which is Iceland, caught on film. I took a Mamiya 6 and a Leica M-A. My experience with those cameras are a story for another day, but for now, enjoy the untouched and unedited beauty of Kodak Portra film scans from Richard Photo Lab and handpicked by Johnny … Continue reading (Red) House on a hill
Late evening on the last day in Iceland I took a trip to the Grotta lighthouse. I usually end my trip with a visit to this place, sit and enjoy the moment and then leave the country. It is a reminder, why I love it in Iceland and why I need to go back soon! … Continue reading A Lighthouse in Reykjavik
There is something fantasticlly hopeful and tragically sad at the same time about the roads of Iceland. Made in 2015 with my now long gone Leica M-P 240 and a f2/35 Summicron lens. f8, ISO 1600, 1/1,500th of a second.