Iceland’s waterfalls are ubiquitous. During a month-long photoshoot in Iceland, we visited numerous waterfalls. Some of these falls we planned to photograph. Others we stumbled upon by accident. All, however, were stunningly beautiful.Continue reading “Iceland’s Waterfalls”
Iceland’s lighthouses number approximately 104 and dot Iceland’s 3100-mile (5000-kilometer) coastline. The lighthouses sit on rocky promontories and in deep fjords. Many lighthouses are active. They still provide life-saving guidance to ships sailing in the dangerouse waters around the island nation.Continue reading “Iceland’s Lighthouses”
The Churches of Iceland is the first post in a series on the visual delights of Iceland. Neither scholarly nor scientific, we try to share the delightful surprises we found while traveling around Iceland.Continue reading “Churches of Iceland”
One of William Horton’s photographs has been chosen to be part of the Darkroom Gallery Exhibit Architecture-Structure-Form opening in June at the Darkroom Gallery, Longmont, CO.