Morning drives on the icelandic coast are just so unique. nowhere can do a black sand beach like iceland can.
Ever since i visited iceland two years ago, i knew i needed to return and see the highlands for myself. finally had the chance to go, and we were lucky enough to meet @h0rdur who was kind enough to show us around. it was everything i could have imagined and more. @karl_shakur sent @harry.travel’s drone up and managed to snag this shot while i was standing by the lake, then i threw a little edit on it.
Back in california for a hot second to do a client shoot along highway 1. when we wrapped after sunrise, i just had to pay a visit to my favorite tree tinsel and have a little fun. it’s pretty cool places like this are my office now, at least some of the time.
I’m spending the weekend gearing up for the next adventure! i leave tomorrow to go chase fall colors in the northeast. being born and raised on the west coast, i can’t wait to go experience proper fall for the first time. if you have any recommendations, please send them my way!
We had gotten this day all wrong and, by the end of it, realized we weren’t going to make it to the next spot in time for sunset. but while witnessing golden hour from the road, we pulled over, @harry.travel sent his drone up, and we were able to catch this. just goes to show sometime my favorite images from a trip are a s****e of luck.
One of my all time favorite roads. we pulled up in the dark the night before, so had absolutely no idea what we were looking at. being surprised with this view when the sun came up was definitely not a bad way to wake up.
On our last day in iceland, we decided to book it up to kirkjufell since none of us had been before. i could hardly believe my eyes when we pulled up as the storm cleared into rainbows. this country never ceases to surprise me.
big thank you to @bluecarrental for hooking us up with our adventure mobile for the trip.
It’s only called a dream until it happens to you
I’ve had the southwest on my mind a lot recently. it’s incredible how the u.s. has so many starkly different landscapes all in one big country, and this area is the most unique. looking forward to returning to this section of my home country soon.
The most surprising thing to me about the faroes is how close everything is to each other. another beautiful view comes with every turn of the road. for example, this waterfall was just 15 minutes from the airport. #faroeislands #visitfaroeislands #atlanticairways
Golden hour was happening too quickly and we were losing light so, in order to get this shot, i was literally sprinting down this road back and forth as fast as i could. not a bad view for a work out though.