Last month I was in Iceland. Mostly it was cold and wet and windy but on the Thursday it cheered up a bit. I spent the day circuiting Snæfellsnes (which, truth be told, is just a bit too much for one day) and rather than drive out to Hverinn where I’d spent the previous night,… More I accidentally saw the Northern Lights!
This post was originally going to be about the evils of booking.com (and I stand by that – never use them, they are evil) but now it’s not. Norway was simply too nice to waste an entire post on something as unpleasant as booking.com. It wasn’t an auspicious start. I had to get up at… More Norway 2017: The Northern Lights are like women in fashion magazines
This is an experiment. I started using Instagram so I didn’t have to resize my photos and upload them to my limited WordPress storage space and then, in the last couple of days, I’ve got a bit addicted to it and I notice that people respond more if I write a little mini essay to… More Northern Lights: a photo essay
Two weeks ago, I went to Norway. It was just a long weekend, really, and I packed in as much as I could. Since I was up in the north, in Tromsø, I had to go out and look for the Northern Lights. Spoiler alert: I found them. We drove west off Tromsø island and onto Kvaløya, Whale… More Northern Lights: attempt 10
I am not a photographer. I make no claim to be. If you are one, or you are learning to be one, or you own one of the massive, expensive, complicated cameras that a real photographer does, then this is not for you. If, however, you are a tourist with a point-and-click camera, then let… More How to photograph the Northern Lights for non-photographers