Start left and go right.... @heidarlogi
First light aboard the Aurora Arktika #morningcoffee
As cold as it gets... @timmymissions
The one that got away.. @timmymissions and pretty much everyone else stuck on the inside while the set of the day rolled through.
Getting a decent swell in this area in the summer is almost unheard of. Usually it’s more about suffering through the cold and figuring out which roads are open and what Fjords you can actually access... This trip with @heidarlogi ended up revolving more around keeping our food and beverages refrigerated, and trying not to get too sunburned #tropicaliceland
Nine duct tape wins and people are calling him the Kelly Slater of longboarding, haha. @jquinny is a man of many talents, he can also charge a mean barrel.
Calm summer illusion... @heidarlogi
1am barrels @heidarlogi
Multiple personality disorder would be one way to describe Iceland. In the span of a day it's possible to experience everything from sunny skies, green moss and electric blue glacial ice to black highland deserts and sideways rain. Sometimes you love it, sometimes you hate it, but at least it's never boring..
@aaron_shanks on a little sunset nugget
If you look close enough you might see @josh_kerr84 riding a wooden surfboard
I bet that hardly a minute goes by that this guy isn't working on something creative. Film making, illustration, apps or dinosaur electronica. Curious people are interesting people... @benweiland
Dark side of the moon #35mm #canonwp1
From a short window of perfect waves ... It only took 10 days of waiting and lasted about 30 minutes before the tide changed. @hammered_sam
Post surf fairy dust @heidarlogi #35mm
Small wave manipulation... @hammered_sam
East Coast, Greenland. -20 degrees and the sea had started to slowly solidify, gaining a weird gelatinous consistency. The overcast sky bounced off the newly formed ice in all directions. We were staying at the end of a giant Fjord system and our boat driver started to make the long journey back with great urgency. Hours went by zig zagging the small boat between icebergs, as whole specs of both ice and ocean, solidified together right in front of our eyes. It was scary and incredible to see at the same time.