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Iceland’s Highlands Revisited

Waiting for Wes Anderson’s latest star-studded, supersaturated, absurd comedy — Anderson’s movies have always struck me as a mix of the Coen Brothers and Pedro Almodóvar —  to begin at the cinema last week, I had a chance to see the trailer for the latest offering from Darren Aronofsky, Noah, starring Russell Crowe as the man chosen by God to rescue the innocent before an apocalyptic flood is unleashed in order to rid the world of the wicked. read more…

Autumn in the Scottish Highlands: October 2013

For 13 days in October, Kyle and I hosted a group of three photographers — two from Russia, one from England — for a tour of the Scottish Highlands. Beginning in the far northwest region of Assynt, we spent three days among some of Scotland’s most picturesque mountains, including the aged Suilven. read more…

Slovenia: 21 Photos in 21 Days

I spent three full quarters of February exploring the small but remarkably beautiful country of Slovenia. I was there to scout locations for a some photography workshops that I plan to run in the country beginning this autumn. While the weather was downright abysmal for most of my visit, I still managed to get some scouting done, and I even took my camera out on occasion. read more…

Lake Bled Doesn’t Disappoint

Setting out from Lake Bohinj, the road winds its way through the Bohinj Valley and a series of alpine villages some 25 kilometers northeast to Lake Bled. The names on the road signs – Bitnje, Brod, Polje, Kamnje, Savica – may be unfamiliar but there’s no mistaking the smell of burning wood in the air, a telltale sign of the rural life that has dominated this area for centuries. read more…

Iceland Workshop Photos, June-July 2013

This is a collection of images from a workshop that I co-led with Daniel Bergmann and Mike Reyfman in Iceland from June 21 through July 2, 2013.

The workshop, which was conducted in Russian for a group of 12 photographers from Russia and Ukraine, covered many of Iceland’s iconic locations throughout the entire country. read more…

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