I ended up in Reykjavík, Iceland and decided to explore the arts and culture that makes this city so popular. This was my second time visiting Iceland. The first time I drove around the south coast of the island to explore the iconic waterfalls and landmarks like Skógafoss and Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, bordering the Vatnajökull National Park.
I loved the old school viking architecture of some of the shops mixed in with the modern trendy designs of the upcoming buildings in Reykjavík. There’s a vibrant cultural and design scene, with plenty of exciting adventure tours, museums, galleries, restaurants, shops, bars and clubs to experience.
I booked a trip to Norway after being blown away by the incredible landscape photos I’ve seen online, I had to see this place for myself. I landed and spent a night in Oslo then flew to Bodo (pronounced BooDa) early the flowing morning. I rented a car in Bodo and decided to drive to Reine in Lofoten because I missed the ferry going directly from Bodo to Reine. That turned out to be a 10.5 hour drive to Reine then another 10.5 hour back to Bodo.
I’m very happy that I made the trip because these photos are some of the most incredible pics that I’ve ever shot.
I landed in Oslo, Norway and immediately went galavanting in the streets to see what this place was all about. I love the modern trendy vibes mixed in with the old rustic feel. This place is AMAZING!
Snowboarding in Jay Vermont with the boys.
I shot this set while hanging out of a helicopter over NYC.
These are some snowy NYC street pics.
These are the guys that risk it all to save your life on the mountain.
I drove from Half-Moon Bay to Yosemite National Park, then had the bright idea to drive to Chimney Beach, Lake Tahoe all in the same day.