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Tag Archives: water
By Brian Rueb | Published: January 31, 2011
The Sand Harbor area of Lake Tahoe is one of my favorite areas to explore. There are endless possibilities for photography here. I have tried for many years to find a morning that yielded the conditions I found on this particular sunrise. It was spectacular in every aspect.
Lone Pine Pastel
By Brian Rueb | Published: January 27, 2011
The Alabama Hills outside Lone Pine California are amazing in every regard. Towering snow capped peaks loom just beyond this other planet looking landscape. It’s a small desert located minutes from majestic mountains. Wandering and climbing over the rocks I’ve found several places that I really enjoy to photograph. This crisp morning there weren’t any More »
Vik is a coastal town along Iceland’s main “ring” road. The area has beautiful rock formations, black sand beaches, and large fields of lupine in the early summer. It’s a great place to photograph. I spent the first 2 days here in the rain and wind. Then on the last night, I had a brief More »
Skaftafell National Park is a great location for landscape photography. Glaciers, Waterfalls, mountains, rivers, wildlife, etc. I found this spot about 3am after hiking 15 miles around the mountains. Funny, this location was actually only about 3/4 a mile from my tent. I really liked the plantlife that grew along this little pond…and the reflection More »
In a Beautiful Place
Often times when I was out shooting in Iceland, I found myself with an amazing sunset/sunrise and no real place to shoot. On this evening I went out and found this old abandoned dwelling on the shores of a lake…it was very surreal, and made for a great subject to shoot. I also had a More »
Goðafoss is one of the best waterfalls in Iceland, in my opinion. I walked extremely close to the edge in order to provide a subtle, different view of this magnificent cascade. This area was often visited en masse by tourists during the day, but in the evening was an isolated, almost creepy place.
A large chunk of ice has washed ashore on the beach outside the Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon in southern Iceland. This chunk of ice easily weighed 2 tons or more, and was a site to see. The waves on this beach are constantly hitting the ice, and the form changes all the time, eventually nothing is More »
Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon is one of my favorite spots to photograph maybe ever. It changes from day to day, and it really is a location that makes you feel like you’re in Iceland. I could spend days here and never tire of photographing. I even secretly snuck my tent into the area to spend the More »
Reflections of Gold
Kirkjufell is one of my favorite mountains in Iceland. I love the amount of water that surrounds it, and the seemingly endless possibility for great images of this place. While I didn’t get the sky I wanted at this location, I really loved the reflection, and simplicity of the scene. I used to different exposures More »
The beach near Jokulsarlon is a graveyard of ice and wandering the shores provides numerous fleeting moments for creating interesting images. This particular evening had spectacular colors in the sky, and I spent over two hours wandering the area making photos.