A Church in the Snow

I was reminded of my time in Iceland because my friend Helga just tagged me in that 25 Things deal that is going around Facebook. I guess I have to do it now, eh? Helga, you have something to do for me too… a surprise for the readers here on the blog! So get on it…

In honor of that, I’ll post a photo from her home town, up in one of the northernmost fjords of Iceland in a small village called Akureyri. This is a little church that was sitting alone in the morning snow, after I woke up early to go out and do some exploration…

I’ll post that 25 things later today if I get around to it! 🙂

A Church in the Snow (by Stuck in Customs)

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  • Matt

    Fantastic!

  • Zim

    Weird perspective, it’s an interesting shot. As always, nice processing 🙂

  • Mike

    Hi Trey,

    Another great image.

    By the way, in your radio interview you spoke about software device that tracks your images on the net can you give me the name or company of this, i’ve replayed the interview a number of times and can’t hear what it’s name is.

    Sorry to post here, but thought i stand a better chance of a response here than your email box.

    All the best

    Mike

  • Great natural look, Trey!

  • Nice moody picture. Shooting wide angle, do you sometimes wonder what vertical line you should use to straighten the shot? I started shooting wide angle a few weeks ago and it’s taken me a while to get used to the effect. I finally decided to use a vertical line as close to the center of the picture as possible, and this seems to be working rather well.

  • DEE

    For a person that doesn’t have a modern camera, I think your picture is absolutely perfect.

  • Thanks all!

    Mike – that tool is called “TinEye”

  • Fenraven – yes that is an issue sometimes… I usually just rotate it until it “feels” rights! hardly scientific… !

  • Mike

    Hi Trey,

    Thanks a lot, Top Man.

    Mike

  • awesome photo…..and yes, I’ll get on it 😉

  • john

    hey man,

    love your site, and every one of your photographs, i’m just wondering is there a place i can view the photos pre-processing?:)

    cheers.

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