Strokkur (the churn), often called “The Mighty Geyser”. is located in the Thingvellier National Park in Iceland. Strokkuer is one of Icelands most visited and most active geysers. Being at the park for no more than fifteen minutes it becomes evident why this geyser is a popular attraction. It erupts every five to ten minutes with a spectacular display of water gushing out to heights of fifteen to twenty meters ( 49 to 65 feet). In rare cases the geyser has been know to reach heights of 40 meters ( 131 feet).Read More
As an international landscape photographer, it’s hard to turn down an opportunity to stand on top of a volcano and literally walk down to Kerið lake, a volcanic crater lake in Iceland. Standing on top was steep embankments on each side the rim providing vantage points to give ideal viewing of the Icelandic green scenery and amazing views of the crater lake like I showcase above. Read More
Iceland, a place of many sharp contrasts. One moment you’re hiking a glacier and the next you’re scaling the rim of a volcano. It is no wonder it attracts many landscape photographers here every year. Dubbed as, “The Land of Fire and Ice” I go to explore its many natural wonders.
Decorating a room–or an entire house for that matter–requires more work than you might think. Careful planning and hours of searching for the right pieces go into creating that special “wow” moment when a person walks through the door. However, every step of the process is a fun way to express your creative side as… Read More
Imagine this: You spent a ton of money on a piece of landscape photography that you’ve fallen in love with and you want everyone to see it. In fact, you want it to be the focal point of your home. You hang it in a space you think will get noticed and… Nothing. Not even… Read More
Art sales have exploded in recent years, with more people filling their homes with original artwork than ever. If you’re looking to buy large landscape prints from great artists, they might not be framed yet. However, if you know what to look for in a mat and a frame, you could bring out the best… Read More
Whether you’ve seen the northern lights in person or just seen them in pictures and videos, one question probably lingers: How do auroras form? The famous Galileo Galilei first coined the term “aurora borealis” in the year 1619. He chose the name after Aurora, the Roman goddess who governed the morning. But long before the… Read More
I photographed the Heritage Festival here in Edmonton, Alberta. I was originally hired by the security contractors to do their photography of them in action. You may not see many of the photographs of them but I have decided to showcase some of the photographs.
“If I just lay here, would you lie with me?”.Chasing Cars
I wandered upon this beautiful Hammock as I stayed at the Fairmont Kea Lani. If you have ever stayed in a Fairmont hotel it is a must for the luxury traveler.
The Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel is perfectly located on the sea-side for both business and leisure guests in Maui Hawaii. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers.
Inside this hotel is, Nicks Fish Market. It is a must for the local mahi-mahi (fish) and local catch.
For some excitement add some flaming strawberries!
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The origins of the luau go back to ancient Hawaiian tradition and has become a tourist attraction for the tourists that wish to get a glimpse of traditional culture. As the years went by the luau tradition became a timeless part of the Hawaiian experience. It is an event everyone looks forward to. Aside from dance the luau has a traditional feast. In this photo the crowd gathers around sunset to take a look at the main feature dish, Kālua pig (roasted pig).
Delicious! or, “Ono” as they say in Hawaiian. I was able to enjoy some of Hawaii’s best traditional food. This food was to die for! Kālua is a traditional Hawaiian cooking method that uses an imu, a type of underground oven. The word kālua, which literally means “to cook in an underground oven”, may also be used to describe the food cooked in this way. In this photo the pig is wrapped in banana leaves to retain moisture as it is cooked for 24 hours for the luau feast.
Photo was taking at the Grand Wailea Hotel. Please help support me by booking a flight and a hotel to Hawaii.