Tag Archives: Nadine

Going to Church

Many people think that the Vikings were the first people to inhabit Iceland. They’re wrong. No, the first people to live in Iceland, as far as is known (or, at least, as far as I know), were Irish monks trying … Continue reading

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Feeling Sheepish

It’s been almost two months since I posted about my 2014 trip to Iceland (here), so I’m back today with more from my day with Nadine and Rebecca on the south coast. These photos were made near the location in … Continue reading

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Models on the Rocks

I’m continuing today with my photographs of Rebecca and Nadine made during my trip to Iceland in 2014. Like my last post with these two lovely ladies, these photos were made on the south coast.  I had never been to … Continue reading

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Rebecca and Nadine

I’ve been away from posting for a couple of weeks (in part because I was away from home for a few days recently), so I’m coming back with a couple of photos of a couple of models in Iceland – … Continue reading

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The Garden Gnome

For today’s post I am taking you back to my 2014 trip to Iceland, and I’m writing about something that I called “the garden gnome.” For a couple of nights, Nadine, Zoe and I stayed at a hotel, about half … Continue reading

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Fire Lava

We’re in the middle of a blizzard here in New York City, so what’s a more appropriate place to write about in such weather than Iceland? Actually, the area of Iceland I’m writing about this time did not have its … Continue reading

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Further Inland in Iceland

I posted some photos a couple of weeks ago from my 2014 trip to Iceland with models Nadine Theresa and Zoe West (here), made near a road that went north about nine miles from the south coast near the town … Continue reading

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At the Gap

I see that it’s been over two weeks since my last posting.  That’s because I was away visiting family for almost a week, but also because it is now the busiest time of the year at my office and I … Continue reading

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Photography Week

For someone who calls photography his “primary avocation,” as I often do, it’s somewhat remarkable how little photography I actually do.  You would think that I’d be photographing all of the time, or at least on a frequent and regular … Continue reading

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2015: What a Long, Strange Trip It Was

It’s been several weeks since my last post.  These long gaps between posts are never planned or anticipated, but they happen nonetheless.  I’d been working a lot of overtime recently, which lead to the double whammy of not being home … Continue reading

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