On my last trip to Chile I was fortunate enough to revisit some old spots and also explore a few new ones. The rugged mountains, pristine rivers and prehistoric looking forests are a photographers dream.
If you are looking for a true wilderness experience in North America, very few locations beat the Yukon. Hundreds of kilometres of rugged terrain with no humans in sight is deeply rejuvenating.
I had a chance to do some shooting in Iceland this year, a place I really fell in love with. The ever changing weather and light are a landscape photographers dream. The images below are a tiny selection, as I’m not going to try to capture the whole island in a single blogpost.
Now that I’m familiar with the layout of the Island, I hope to return for some more focused photography.
I have not done as much shooting this summer as I would have liked. Below are a few images from summer day trips within a two or three hour radius of Toronto. Because I generally don’t like the bug infested Ontario forests in the summer, most of my favourite shooting happens during late fall and the tail end of winter.