New App! Photo Voyages of Trey Ratcliff – Planning for Apple TV too!

Available Now – Photo Voyages of Trey Ratcliff

Grab it in the iTunes store or for Android now! 🙂

If you’re going for the iOS version, you’ll notice it is universal for iPhone and iPad. We’re going to convert it for use on the Apple TV as soon as it accepts apps, so it will be nice to get it full-screen up on your wall as well. That will be a free upgrade when it comes around.

The app is a great collection of my photos, the stories, and more. You even have the option to saving the photos as backgrounds / wallpapers for your devices. And yes, it’s all super-HD, retina, etc. etc.

Sleeping In Driving from Reykjavik to Isafjordur is just about one of the longest possible drives you can make in Iceland in a day if you have a reasonable level of sanity.  There comes a point when you feel like you're getting close, when you start weaving in and out of fjords.  They are huge and each one seems to take over half an hour to drive around.In the midst of one of these, I espied an old house up the side of one of the valleys.  It was partially obscured by a hand-built stone wall.  I stopped the car and started hiking up the side of the valley to investigate.  Once I got up there, I began to think that maybe this place was actually occupied!  There were new lace curtains hanging in the windows and everything seemed to be in pretty good repair.So then, I felt like I was intruding, and not just exploring an old ruin.  But, it was 3 AM in the morning, and I figured if anyone was indeed inside, they must be fast asleep.  So I set up for a shot and then made a hasty elf-like egress.Read more here at the Stuck in Customs blog.

You’ll get this photo and many more with the app. Enjoy!

Daily Photo – Isabella on a Miniature Pony

A few evenings ago, we went to go visit The Brackstones, family friends that live nearby in Gibbston. Kerry Brackstone has taken to raising miniature ponies, so this sounded like something my two girls should not miss! We went over there for and the girls had an absolute ball on the ride. After that, we sat down for a fabulous dinner. And no, we did not eat the miniature ponies.

Isabella on a Miniature Pony

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  • Pretty shot of Izzy – know the kids had a great time! Congrats on the app!! 🙂

  • Mum loved having the kids out for a ride 🙂
    See you again soon mate!

  • Shea Goff


  • Casper van Zyl

    Very sweet:

  • Gus

    So apps are coming to ATV? :O

  • Vincent Randal

    How could you not resist eating a pony? They’re so cute! Anyway, that is a wonderful photo of your daughter on a little pony. Very nice!

  • Ad Shk

    Dear Trey, this is a lovely picture. Since this is my first post here even though I have been following your blog now for the longest time, I must say that your pictures are really amazing. Also I have learnt alot from you (you probably get that alot – but I had to say it). Ive also attached a picture that I recently took and made an HDR out of. So Thanks alot! And I personally think you’ve got the best job.

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thank you all 🙂

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks Ad! 🙂

  • What a sweet photo, Trey.  Glad you got to visit the Brackstones!!!!  Have a great day 🙂

  • Linda Judd

    What a precious shot of an adorable little girl! Trey, I don’t think I’ve ever commented, either, but I’ve been a follower of and learner from you for a couple years or more. Finally my husband and I retired, and, recently, we moved from Albuquerque to an hour north of Austin. I was so excited about possibly meeting you and getting to do a photo walk . . . and then you moved to New Zealand. Sigh.

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks! 🙂

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thank you Linda Judd! 🙂  I will be back for more photowalks! 🙂

  • Paul Jennings

    The new app lets you ”
    Enjoy the awe-inspiring beauty of Trey Ratcliff’s photography” – hmmm, sounds a bit like  over-the-top self promotion going on here.

  • steve smart

    So no children and no ponies were hurt during the making of dinner?

  • Gorgeous setting.

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