Category Archives: Iceland Travel Blog

The Andrew Johnston Iceland Camouflage Masterclass

The trouble is, there’s a recurring theme here… Continue reading

Monday, December 3, 2018 in Iceland Travel Blog, Namibia Travel Blog, Travel

Iceland Album Now Online!

I’ve finally posted my complete album from the 2011 Iceland Trip! Please look inside and let me know what you think… Continue reading

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography, Travel

A Delightful Little Surprise

I’ve just finished processing the photographs from my 2011 trip to Iceland! I’ll get the best up on my site over the next week or so. At least I’ve avoided the second anniversary of the trip… There was a wonderful Continue reading

Thursday, June 13, 2013 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography

Back to the ‘Fray

Oh well… The annual pilgrimage to the sun has come and gone, and it’s back to the ´fray. (I assume that “fray” is a contraction of “affray” – is that correct?) Updates to my web site are almost complete. As Continue reading

Thursday, May 9, 2013 in Iceland Travel Blog, Thoughts on the World, Website & Blog

Fixing Holes

I’m making decent progress rolling out my new design to the website, but apologies if you’re waiting for some more interesting content! I’ve now got to the “fiddly” stage, making sure that the new theme works on the slightly more Continue reading

Thursday, March 21, 2013 in Iceland Travel Blog, Website & Blog

Photographing Waterfalls

I’m afraid I don’t subscribe to the received wisdom that waterfalls should be photographed with long exposures which capture the flow as a sort of silky mush. That might work for gentle trickles in dappled glades, but if you’re looking Continue reading

Friday, January 18, 2013 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography

The Back of Beyond

I haven’t posted any photos since the end of our USA trip, but I have, finally, got back to sorting out my Iceland photos from last year. I thought, therefore, I would share this shot with you. It’s from an Continue reading

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography

That Shouldn’t Have Worked…

There’s a lovely moment in the film Sahara where Pitt and Giordano are following a typically desperate plan in the hope that if they can kill the villain his men will just surrender and lay down their arms. When, to Continue reading

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography

Iceland Photography Tips – A Spare Everything!

A photographer’s guide to Iceland Continue reading

Saturday, September 3, 2011 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography, Travel

Shoot Only Puffins, Leave Only Footprints

I was ready for a quiet day of mainly driving on Sunday. I was also ready to report a total of about 1800 shots taken, which is a bit lower than for the Cuba trip, not unreasonable given the slightly Continue reading

Sunday, August 28, 2011 in Iceland Travel Blog, Photography, Travel

Fire and Ice – Delivered

Saturday was when our tour really delivered on its “fire and ice” moniker. We started the day at the Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, where an edge of the enormous Vatnajokull glacier calves off into the sea. Whereas 100 years ago this Continue reading

Floating Ice

This is a small iceberg floating in the Jokullsarlon galcial lagoon – see post above for details. Continue reading