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Featured on Google TV and Android Market!

Our Android App (Photo Voyages of Trey Ratcliff) is now featured — very exciting.  And, even better if you don’t want to pay, there is a Free version that with a nice collection of about 50 photos or so.   It works great on your Android and your Google TV! :)  And yes, it even works on the new color Kindle, once you enable it to run other apps.


Daily Photo – Home in the Hillside

Is it okay if I do two Iceland photos in a row?  I hope so, because I’m very excited about this one too.

Some of these places you can’t see from the road.  If you walk over one hill and down another, you can find these wonderful little places tucked away in hillsides.  Even though it’s all fallen apart, it’s still charming… sort of a fixer-upper!

Home in the Hillside Is it okay if I do two Iceland photos in a row?  I hope so, because I'm very excited about this one too.Some of these places you can't see from the road.  If you walk over one hill and down another, you can find these wonderful little places tucked away in hillsides.  Even though it's all fallen apart, it's still charming... sort of a fixer-upper!- Trey RatcliffRead the rest, including some news on the Android app, here at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PRUZYIT5ASYXVXKFIVWVXFTL4U Susan

    Cool shot – yes, I would say it’s a definite ‘fixer upper’!! Fun to find though- thought the live hangout on twittv was awesome tonight-super -you and Pat were very interesting!

  • Casper van Zyl

    Nice country side, you did’nt see any gremlens did you.

  • Derek K

    Yay, Iceland again! :D

    Mind if I ask where these particular sheds were? It’s fun to guess at the location of some of your shots. You seem to have an uncanny ability to find these sheds, unless it’s that I keep seeing photos of the same ones. Little half-buried buildings with the rock and grass landscape are one of those scenes that just scream ICELAND as soon as it meets the eye, even if there’s no sheep in the frame.

  • Anonymous

    Gee, looks like Iceland has some foreclosures too, he he.   You seem to enjoy tramping around Iceland  finding these little treasures to shoot. Thanks for sharing. These forgotten little hovels will now be famous.

  • Filip Farag

    It’s OK because you know we love your Iceland shots! :) Did you see the new D800? What do you think about it? I see only MP boost. :/ I expected at least 1080p/60fps video…

  • Trey Ratcliff

    These are right along the road on the way to isafjordur

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks all! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/TeeGlover Tyler Glover

    Nice shot Trey! Nothing a little drywall and a fresh coat of paint cant handle!

  • Derek K

    Cool, thanks! Beautiful country there. :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/rossum88 Michel van Rossum

    Hi Trey,

    Once again a beautiful photograph. You always manage to make things we take for granted stand out!
    When I first discovered this website about 2 years ago I was immediately sold on the concept of HDR photography.

    And now I am practicing it myself with my own camera.
    Thank you for the inspiration!

  • http://photoventures.wordpress.com/ Jeff Peterson

    No problem with two in a row from Iceland, all of the photos you’ve posted from Iceland have been excellent.  Most of them are so simple, yet so beautiful.

  • Paul Yoh

    Interesting! I thought at first it was from the ghost town of Bodie, California. But realized the grass was too green for it to be located at Bodie. Have you ever read Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth? He describes what Iceland was back in the 1800’s. Interesting! Your picture above reminded me of the descriptions mentioned in the book.

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