As you already know or have figured out, photography is quite important to me when we travel. So here is the set of Flickr albums that, collectively, have all of the selected and edited photos from the trip. There are roughly 600 photos in total, divided among a dozen albums that more or less reflect the chronological order of the trip. Just click on the name to open a tab with the photo album.
I will also at some point be posting some of these on my photo sales website which you are of course welcome to visit if you are interested in prints and such (or just to look).
FYI I also have a YouTube channel where I’ve posted most of the short videos that appeared in the blog post, to which I will likely add.
I have — with commendable efficiency, if I do say so myself — gotten my act together and culled and edited the complete set of photos and videos from our recent sojourn. So if you’re interested in a multimedia summary of the trip, here you go:
Click here for all 244 Iceland photos.
Click here for 44 Paris photos.
Click here for 101 Prague photos.
If it’s any consolation, I actually took about 2000 shots, so these three albums are the “best of”.
Among the many pleasures of this trip were the several opportunities in Iceland to get some aerial videos with my drone. (Drone flying is a no-no in Paris and Prague.) There were several popular tourist sites (e.g., Gullfoss and Dettifoss waterfalls) where drones were prohibited, and there were plenty of other places where they were allowed by the authorities but not by the weather; Iceland is notoriously windy. (Fun fact: your rental car insurance agreement in Iceland explicitly excludes coverage if the wind blows your car doors off. Yes, really.) So here is a little six-minute compendium of the flights that I was able to make, complete with Icelandic background folk music:
Categories: Czech, Europe, France, Iceland
Tags: albums, drone, Flickr, Iceland, paris, photos, prague, summary, video