Инстаграм @irwin.nick Nick Irwin
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Here's a look at a flowing river and distant waterfall off the side of the road in Iceland. The river runs over black sand and lava rocks which magically reflects the sky. Moss is everywhere in Iceland as seen on the rocks here. It truly is a unique place; especially considering no more than an hour away by car via slow speed limits are blue icebergs floating out to see.
Photography has taught me to look at life with a different perspective and has led to taking adventures to new places. Although I typically shoot alone I had the privilege of going to Chicago for a Cannonball Run trip last weekend with @jeffrey2321 The two of us have very different styles, yet we both came back with some amazing images. This is one of my favorite shots from Saturday evening where I caught Jeff in his element... zoning in on the city night lights despite frozen fingers. I hope you enjoy the views taken in the Windy City, and take a look at Jeff's page too. This dude takes 3 1/2 - 5 minute exposures 😳
"THANKS 4 YOUR SERVICE" ~ what a cool way to light the building on Veterans Day. Thank you to those of you that have served! 🇺🇸
Because it's snowing here in Michigan I thought I'd share a glacier pic. Under the glow of the sun in this photo and also to the right center is one of the "fingers" of the glacier protruding down from Vatnajokulsthjodgard National Park. If you look at google earth or the satellite image on maps the glacier carving itself through the mountains is pretty fascinating.
Name the next destination you want to go to-------------------------> . . . Litlanesfoss is on the bottom. Way up on the top is the larger fall called Hengifoss. The arrow is pointing to two people on the trail up showing the depth of this gorge. Certain spots in Iceland are absolutely breathtaking. I hope you're not sick of the photos yet 😂
We took the (gravel) highway through the mountains passing over a lot of small waterfalls. This was a bigger one but if you look behind you can see all the feeder creeks/falls coming down the mountain sides. These are everywhere. Check out the hyperlapse on my Iceland Adventure to see what we encountered during this