Good to be asked to participate to www.theshotineverforgot.com by John House. Photographers are asked to give an image to the project and some text explaining their choice. For me it was a simple one, the image above shot in Peru 2006 on my Mamiya 7 II. You can read my story here and see the other photographers here.
A few shots from a recent trip to Iceland. We spent a few days driving Snæfellsnes Peninsula visiting the sites that we could when the wind wasn't too strong. The snow held off until the last day before we made our way to the ION hotel on route to the golden Circle. Amazing country, I'm planning the next trip already. There are only 4 hours of daylight in December and the light was ever changing. I shot with my trusty Hasselblad 500c/m & CFV50c digital back. Shooting with this set up slows me down, I love it.
Long exposures at midnight with my Hasselblad 500C/M & CFV50c digital back. Beautiful mountains surround the campsite at Arolla. At an altitude of 1950 meters, the campsite is in the heart of the Swiss Alps.