Since the quarantine began over eight weeks ago we've had to find new ways to fill our creative voids. Painting, writing, binge watching Game of Thrones are some that come to mind, but reviewing files from the past two years of shooting has been my outlet. It's felt like seeing an old friend again, reliving the moments and adventures. Here's a recent discovery from our 2019 trip to Iceland.
As Dana, my chauffeur and travel guide for the past 28 years was navigating the one lane gravel roads along the Hivitia River she pointed another one of the many rainbows that we were to take in during our trip. I ask her to pull over one more time so I could capture another landscape photo before we ventured back to Reykjavik along the Golden Circle, promising once again I would be quick as I stepped out into the mist and heavy winds. After squeezing off 10 or so frames I ran back to car and never thought about the image again until two weeks ago. Here's where the magic begins, as clicked thru the Iceland edits this image took me back instantly. It seemed to represent the trip in one image for me, the vast landscapes that resembled a classical painting of the late 1800's, the often magical mist that filled the air in early November and the rainbows,
Taking time out to review where you've been, what you've been able to accomplish in life can be a blessing, thank you Dana for 28 years full of adventures.