Revisiting Iceland

Rain, wind & fog on the east coast


Now that the SE Center is open, the BW show is up and Narrative Portraits with the juror (Nicholas Kahn), I had a few minutes to revisit files before we head off to the Sierras tomorrow with the usual suspects.


Yes, he’s lugging around an 8×10 view camera







Across the lagoon from Hofn on the eastern coast of Iceland, is a spit of land, Stokksnes. Once the site of NATO radar installation, the black sand marshes and dunes on the leeward side present a unique and marvelous landscape to be discovered. The morning we visited it was cold, raining and foggy, but did not deter our exploration.

Getting Back to Normal


Between closing down RED, getting the house on the market, and beginning work on the SE Center for Photography there has not been time to do much else. Stole a couple hours last night to fire up the computer and work some lingering images. Here are a couple more Aurora from our Iceland trip, can’t wait to get back!