• Posted on 24 June 2013

    Glacier lights

    The sun has a heartbeat – every eleven years or so it beats. This is known as the solar cycle and is measured by the number of sunspots visible on the sun. The more sunspots, the more solar flare energy is being released into space, which means more aurora activity. Luckily, this solar cycle i > Read More....

  • Posted on 26 April 2013

    Ice Capades in Synology Ad

    My popular image Ice Capades, shot on our Winter Wilderness tour in Iceland, is now used by Synology in an ad to promote their NAS servers. I’m a big fan of my Synology DiskStation DS1812+, so I can honestly say that I’m behind this ad 100%. If you’re looking for a fast, reliable b > Read More....

  • Posted on 22 March 2013

    Field report from our Iceland tour

    We’re back from Iceland – it was awesome. We ran two tours in this amazing country, and they couldn’t have been more different. On the first tour we got everything from Iceland’s famous weather menu: cloudy skies, rain, wind, lots of wind, ice, snow, wind chill factors of min > Read More....

  • Posted on 6 January 2013

    Ice Capades is photo of the month

    Marsel’s Iceland picture ‘Ice Capades’ is Image of the Month on Naturescapes. Here’s the background info that accompanies the shot:‘Early this year I was travelling in Iceland, scouting for locations for a new tour. I was prepared to see a lot of spectacular landscapes, > Read More....

  • Posted on 16 January 1909

    The Stand-Off

    One of our guests at work on the black lava beach near Jökulsárlón, Iceland. > Read More....

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