Phone Love

I finally upgraded to an iPhone. Not just any iPhone. The iPhone 5. I had planned to upgrade a few months ago, but rumors of the 5’s improved camera gave me reason to wait.

And I’m glad I did! The camera is quite impressive. (more…)


3 December 2012. Tags: , , , , , . Photography. 1 comment.

Iceland, Days 6 & 7

We woke up Tuesday morning, packed our bags and headed to the airport by way of the Blue Lagoon. (more…)

19 November 2012. Tags: , , , , , , . Photography, Travel. Leave a comment.

Iceland, Day 5

When we headed over to Iceland, Laura and I each had one thing we really wanted to do. I was determined to snorkel and she wanted to do a glacier hike. We got the snorkeling out of the way on our first full day and set out to tackle a glacier on (what should have been) our last full day. (more…)

16 November 2012. Tags: , , , , , , . Photography, Travel. Leave a comment.

Iceland, Day 4

After Saturday’s truly awful weather, it was nice to wake up to sunshine on Sunday. Especially since we knew we’d be spending much of the day outside. (more…)

15 November 2012. Tags: , , , , , , , . Photography, Travel. Leave a comment.

Iceland, Day 3

Saturday was both the best and worst day of the trip. Best because we pretty much ate our way through the day (and who wouldn’t love that) and worst because it was so gross. We spent the day wandering around Reykjavik in a constant cold drizzle.

We didn’t really have an agenda. We’d known the weather was going to be bad and purposely didn’t plan anything. We spent the morning wandering around, checking out shops, etc. Before we knew it, it was time for lunch! (more…)

14 November 2012. Tags: , , , , , , , . Photography, Travel. 6 comments.

Iceland, Day 2

If I were a geologist, I would move to Iceland. It is fascinating.

Iceland is located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, the divide between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. The ridge runs from the southwest corner of Iceland straight through to the northeast corner, dividing the country almost perfectly in half. These tectonic plates are moving apart at the surprising pace of 3 cm per year. That may not seem like a lot at first, but int terms of moving continents, that’s really fast. For a while they actually thought Iceland would be ripped into two islands, but there seems to be enough volcanic activity that the crevasses are filling in and the island is actually growing.

How cool is that? (more…)

13 November 2012. Tags: , , , . Photography, That's Life, Travel. 2 comments.

Iceland, Day 1


Iceland was amazing. It’s hard to describe. It’s like a fishing village on the moon. It’s not exactly European, but it’s certainly not North America. It is wholly unique and unlike any place I have ever visited. (more…)

12 November 2012. Tags: , , , . Photography, Travel. 1 comment.

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