I'm glad I reached the goal of 500 uploaded images, utilising the last fifty pictures taken this summer during a trip to Iceland.For those, like me, does not have the courage to face the exploration of the interior of this magnificent volcanic island with a jeep and hiking equipment, remains the option of simply doing the island tour with a regular car. I think most of the Iceland attractions can be seen even just doing this ride along almost the entire circumference of the island.Arriving... continue reading
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So, this summer I made a trip in my own country Romania, visiting places I've never been before. And on the forst day of the trip I landed at The Muddy Volcanoes. It is a site you need to see in a lifetime. It's simply amazing. And as I am a lucky guy, I arived there a half hour before the sunset and managed to get a few beautiful photos of this natural wonder in the most beautiful light. After that i knew my trip was going to be great :DSo here are a couple of photos of the volcanoes : continue reading
I was travelling in Europe on business. I tried to leave Barcelona yesterday evening (Friday) to Munich. My flight took me first to Palma Mallorca with a change on planes on Air Berlin, final destination Munich.Because of the volcano problem, I was only able to get as far as Palma Mallorca. So, I'm stuck here for perhaps a few days.But, my philosophy is that when volcanoes give you ash, make photos. As long as I'm stuck here - I'm trying to create some nice photos that might have potential... continue reading
At left:Three Fingered Jack and Black ButteFrom Bend, Oregon, the Central Oregon Cascades dominate the western horizon with eight major mountain peaks visible from the city of 90,000.Termed stratovolcanoes, they span from Mount Hood (visible on clear days,) near the northern Oregon Border and Columbia Gorge, Mount Jefferson 50 miles farther south, Three-Fingered Jack, Mount Washington, the Three Sisters (Faith, Hope and Charity,) Broken Top, and Mount Bachelor.At right:Mount Jefferson... continue reading
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