I’ve seen it all. While walking home from Target, I saw these little guys basking in the sunlight. They’ve even got their very own house.
I always had a feeling Batmans dark side would get him in trouble.
Day 2: Kirkjufell and Búðir. Alister was a great guy who gave me some pointers on ideal locations to shoot Kirkjufell and the various waterfalls around Grundarfjörður. I took this newfound knowledge, bid my photographic brother farewell and checked out … Continue reading
Hello Friends, Firstly, I want to apologize for not updating my blog as frequently as I should. Life pulls us all in different directions and I have truly been pulled under the current. I hope this entry makes up for … Continue reading
As of today, I have officially purchased my airfare and accommodations for an upcoming trip to Iceland. I have never been to the “land of fire and ice” before but from some of the pictures I’ve seen on the Internet I think it goes without saying that I will have a good time. I will only be in the country for seven days but I anticipate sleep will be a bit of a luxury. Stay tuned as I plan to upload images and videos during the trip.
Colin Homes is a fine art landscape photographer from Singapore that specializes in the use of color and monochrome film. In his travels Colin has captured some of the world’s most coveted (and sometimes hidden) treasures. From the water canals … Continue reading
Here’s another image you can use to liven up that dull computer workspace. I hope you enjoy it.
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I just added some additional images taken with the Hasselblad on a snowy afternoon in Central Park. The air was crisp, the wind wicked as I traversed this winter wonderland of snow and ice.