Back to Hemlock Lake and the serenity that ensues

I’m uncomfortable with how comfortable the stillness is. Through an almost impossibly serene hike up to Hemlock Lake, the changing colors of foliage and mountain air with a tinge of Autumn, the atmosphere is still with anticipation and yet utter calm. Mother Nature herself waits for change and the quickly hushing forest is a clear … Continue reading Back to Hemlock Lake and the serenity that ensues

Q&A with Norwegian Landscape Photographer, Stian Klo

Above: Radiant Sakrisøy Seen across the world in National Geographic and countless other publications, Stian Klo captures the elements of Norway in stunning beauty. With a fine tuned eye for misty light and shadow, he creates sweeping landscapes that dream of a planet away, rather than here on Earth. He is a part of the Lofoten Tours team, taking … Continue reading Q&A with Norwegian Landscape Photographer, Stian Klo

The Duality of Carry – The things we take along both burden and enable us

Searching my thoughts, I often find that carrying things is top on my list of things I worry about. That might sound weird at first, but when you consider that every situation can be made better or worse by the tools you’ve brought along, it begins to gel. How you carry those tools further complications … Continue reading The Duality of Carry – The things we take along both burden and enable us