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Looking over Patreksfjörður, at dusk, Iceland

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Downy feathers on volcanic sand, South Iceland, Iceland

March 16th, 2017. After five weeks on the road, with no more than a few hours break, we’re relieved to be back home after completing this winter’s tour programme with two tours for Wild Photography Holidays. Iceland’s Westfjords was the focus of the first tour and it provided plenty of challenges in respect of road conditions and isolation (Hotel Latrabjarg, the last in Europe, opened specially for us) but also quite a different photographic experience compared to other parts of Iceland these days. We had it to ourselves! We also experienced the best auroras that Charlotte and I had ever seen, especially the one when we returned to Snaefellsnes on the penultimate evening. I have no pictures, as it happens, as I was a bit preoccupied ensuring that the guests were nailing the opportunity!

Our second tour took the well-troden route along the south coast where, in spite of its familiarity, we conjured a distinctive set of opportunities for the guests and had a thoroughly good time with them all.

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