Monthly Archives: February 2009

Colors of Newcastle

I took a walk today, a 45 minute walk in Newcastle NH. In that time I managed to take 35 pictures of all the interesting doorways I saw along the way. That’s a lot of cool doors for one small coastal New England town.

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7 Days in Iceland

It’s been a little over a week since I returned home from the frozen lava fields of Iceland. I can’t say enough good things about this place. One of my favorite destinations by far and it’s on top of the list for a return trip soon. We (Myself, Brian Nevins, Jesse Hines and Warren Smith) arrived in Reykjavik at 6am, immediately grabbed the rental car and drove to the coast, only to sit for 4 more hours while we waited for the sun to rise. The next 7 days were filled with waves, wind, limited sunlight, protests, gas stations, hot dogs, hostels, guitar solos, candy, sulfur baths, amazing sights and many many laughs.  Here are some outtakes and a couple short videos to give you a glimpse of what we saw.

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Santos SurfArt Brazil

Jair Bortoleto, surfer, artist, and all around great guy has recently put on the biggest surf art exhibit ever in Brazil. Santos SurfArt was a 6 day art and music festival that took place on the beaches of Sao Paulo, Brazil. I was fortunate enough to be a part of it, among dozens of great photographers and artists.  Thanks Jair!  You did an amazing job.

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