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Category: Iceland

Gratitude The Field: Travel Journal from Iceland On my trip to Iceland, I was hit by a wave of gratitude. I wrote the following in my travel journal in Hella after a long day of photographing Icelandic horses in a snowy field: Almost a year ago, I had a pain in my back so severe […]

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This week I’m in Iceland documenting the country’s unique half-wild horses. I thought you might want to see what I’ve packed in my Lowerpro Camera backpack. Take a look! Anticipating the Elements I’ve got my Canon 5D Mark III, a Canon 5D Mark II, as well as a Fuji Film camera for local shots. Before […]

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Hello from Iceland! I’m currently on a six-day trek through Iceland. I’m spending my days outdoors. In Iceland. In February. And I’m 5 months pregnant. It’s an unconventional babymoon to say the least! I’ve been getting lots of questions and wanted to share a little on my trip, and adventures in photography, and motherhood. If […]

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Uniquely Half-Wild Icelandic horses are uniquely half-wild. Each summer, in a centuries-old tradition, farmers drive their horses to the highlands. For months, the horses roam free. When they are round up and reunited with their owners in the fall, horses return to farms for sheepherding, or to compete in showing or racing. Horses first came […]

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