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i'm really not a photographer, but i guess i just know what i like. a few found things is just that; a collection of random fleeting moments, caught using mostly amateur equipment and shared on here. there's no plan or design or whatever, it's just a bunch of pictures that i think look nice. hopefully you will as well. 

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Not sure what happened to the camera at this point, but I do like the dreamy element in all the grey dreariness. It was taken down by the Tjorn when me and Sophie were walking back to Russell’s house.
It was taken the day after we’d seen Sigur Rós as the final part of our Airwaves 2012 adventure, so the last two nights we were in Iceland were kind of wind-down ones, and were spent just generally ambling about downtown in the cold. It’d been lovely and bright up until this point, but those last two days were rainy, grey and windy. Probably a sign that we couldn’t beat that first few days topped off with SR in their hometown :)

Not sure what happened to the camera at this point, but I do like the dreamy element in all the grey dreariness. It was taken down by the Tjorn when me and Sophie were walking back to Russell’s house.

It was taken the day after we’d seen Sigur Rós as the final part of our Airwaves 2012 adventure, so the last two nights we were in Iceland were kind of wind-down ones, and were spent just generally ambling about downtown in the cold. It’d been lovely and bright up until this point, but those last two days were rainy, grey and windy. Probably a sign that we couldn’t beat that first few days topped off with SR in their hometown :)

The Tjörn, in Reykjavík.
God knows how many times I’ve seen this thing. I’ve been to Iceland 7 times now, and you get to see a lot of the lake if you spend any time at all in the town centre. 
This was taken just after we’d arrived for the start of our latest adventure. We were pretty tired (up at 5am is never good!) and on the way to meet one of our very good friends, Russell Harmon, for a bite to eat before drinking some beers and heading to his place, which is where we were staying. 
It was pretty damn cold, and the first time I’d seen the lake in about 2 years, so it was an old familiar sight and took me right back to the first time I ventured to Iceland, way back in 2004. Magic.

The Tjörn, in Reykjavík.

God knows how many times I’ve seen this thing. I’ve been to Iceland 7 times now, and you get to see a lot of the lake if you spend any time at all in the town centre. 

This was taken just after we’d arrived for the start of our latest adventure. We were pretty tired (up at 5am is never good!) and on the way to meet one of our very good friends, Russell Harmon, for a bite to eat before drinking some beers and heading to his place, which is where we were staying. 

It was pretty damn cold, and the first time I’d seen the lake in about 2 years, so it was an old familiar sight and took me right back to the first time I ventured to Iceland, way back in 2004. Magic.