Chasing the light in Iceland – Jökulsárlón

Chasing the light in Iceland – Jökulsárlón

Monday, November 27, 2017 The Aurora forecast for tonight was not in our favor, so instead of the usual early morning we are all sleeping a little longer and allowing us to have a real breakfast. Michelle prepares the bacon and scrambled eggs as well as the beans for us. For some reason, we are even a little late on leaving the house. We planned to start our one hour drive to Jökulsárlón (engl.: Glacier’s years’ reservoir), the ice lagoon

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What’s up in March 2019

What’s up in March 2019

Let’s have a look at my plans for the blog in March 2019, and what happened in February. There is, of course, also the photo of the month. Not to mention, I have the glitch of the month…yea, it should not have happened, but hey I am human. You can laugh about it, I can learn from it – and of course, it is already fixed 🙂 Photo of the month I was sure that I wanted the sunrise over

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Starting with Adobe ® Lightroom Classic

Starting with Adobe ® Lightroom Classic

This post was updated on March 9th, 2019 Exploring Adobe ® Lightroom Have you seen all those posts on Social Media telling you, you need to post-process your digital photos with Adobe ® Lightroom? So now you got the software, but you don’t quite know what to do with it? Then this article is for you. In this article, I guide you from the creation of your first Adobe ® Lightroom Catalog toward your first retouching work. You learn about

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Chasing the Light in Iceland – Höfn

Chasing the Light in Iceland – Höfn

This post was updated on February 24th, 2019 Sunday, November 26, 2017 The weather forecast for every other area but the Suðausturland area around Hornafjörðdur looks somewhat discouraging. Clouds and precipitation everywhere. But thanks to Mark’s sense of adventure we will take on the six-hour drive toward Höfn in the South-East of Iceland. With this selected group of people even the restricted space in the car never feels too small. Continuous laughter and giggles are as much part of our

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