Cooling off in Iceland

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Well, I wish I was there already! We’ve had soaring temperatures the past week and I’ve been wishing I had a trip to somewhere much cooler. I know, we Californians don’t know what real heat/humidity is, but for us to get 90 degrees and 75 % humidity is very rare.

That thinking led me to this post about Iceland.  Iceland is a very COOL place – but it’s also HOT, as in a popular photo destination, and volcanic in origin. The volcanoes have sculpted this island, but the moisture has covered much of it with lush green mosses and grasses and wildflowers in early summer.

I am still looking for a few hardy and enthusiastic souls to join me in Iceland next June. This instructional photo tour will be filled with over-the-top photographic opportunities. The superlatives “AMAZING, INCREDIBLE, STUNNING, WAY COOL, UNBELIEVABLE” and more use oft-used to describe the place when photographer friends and colleagues have returned home.

I am certain that this place will change me and those traveling with me – forever, by imprinting the astounding beauty of a truly wild place in our hearts and visual memory! The landscape opportunities will be endless – as will the daylight hours, just about! We’ll have long days, but they will be so filled up with experiences and photography you won’t notice the passing of time. Visit the tour page here.

Tell your friends – or simply share this post to help spread the word. And I hope to see you in Iceland next June!

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