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Photography, Travel
Yeah so I completely failed at blogging while I was in Iceland. 1) We barely had internet, anywhere, at all. If we did it was because we were getting gas or a tour bus had wifi and we would snag it. 2) I was so in awe, in complete and total awe, of everything, all the time, that I had no desire to distract myself from being in awe. Seriously, this was one of my best adventures and one of my favorite trips. Iceland is definitely sitting atop the favorite places pile at the moment. New Zealand is lurking in the corner, waiting to pounce… I can feel it. But I digress. I have no idea how long its going to take me to break down everything from this trip and let you catch a glimpse of what we experienced. I’m hopping on a flight  to Brazil here in a few hours for the rest of the week so it’ll be awhile before I can circle back around to Iceland. But, here’s a continuation of my last post where we had just begun to explore Reykjavik.  Our second day in the city, we wanted to dive into culture. By culture, I mean we just wanted to find Vikings and Trolls. Here I managed to find both:

No but seriously, it’s a troll a viking hat and a sword that’s too big for it. HILARIOUS.

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Photography, Travel
I worked on a tv show years ago that sent teams all over the world racing against each other for a cash prize at the end. The show was (and still is) fascinating in how the teams play against each other, even against themselves, but also for the incredible locations we were sending them to. One season I was asked to research everything I could about Iceland for the upcoming season. I knew nothing about the country, but soon fell completely in love with the idea of Iceland. Fast forward nearly 10 years of it being on the top of my destinations list (along side New Zealand) and here I sit, typing this to you from Reykjavik. Unreal. I haven’t taken a proper vacation in a number of years. Me and a couple old friends, Matt & Jacob, have been talking about doing a trip together for some time. We started discussing Iceland nearly two years ago. Time inched by, discussions came and went, but nothing concrete formed. We circled back around and came to the decision that we HAD to do this. And here I sit, quite a bit of time later. (My point of encouragement here is to stop talking and start doing… or at least planning. I live in a city of talkers but not enough doers. I am as guilty as anyone as far as this goes. But let’s get with it, eh?) The plan was to spend around 9 days in Iceland, a few in the main city, Reykjavik, and then to rent a car and drive around the rest of the country, camping and exploring the otherworldly landscape. keep reading
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