Portage Glacier, an Alaskan journey in time

Portage Glacier, an Alaskan journey in time

Posted by on Jan 21, 2018 in Nature

Portage Glacier across the two miles of lake. Surrounded by towering mountains that plunge straight into the water. Nature’s splendour right in front of me. Old friends we are, meeting once in a while. Today Gibbs will paddle his way up to greet the glacier again. Portage Glacier is an Earth time travel I am […]

The language of stones

The language of stones

Posted by on Jul 27, 2017 in In search of

Paradise is to be found everywhere. It only depends what you’re looking for. Enchanting forests, endless woods where you walk without encountering another human being – or sunny beaches, fun packed to the maximum. And everything in between. I love nature, the colours, the scents, the seasons. And stones – the small pieces of earth […]

Iceland 2 – A festival of geology

Iceland 2 – A festival of geology

Posted by on Apr 9, 2016 in In search of, Nature

Sparsely-populated, this North Atlantic island is one of the most volcanically active regions in the world. And if this weren’t enough, volcanism in Iceland is unusually diverse for an oceanic island. Nearly all volcano types and eruption styles known on Earth can be found here. The place is a festival of geology with a free […]

Iceland 1- Follow a raven to discover an island

Iceland 1- Follow a raven to discover an island

Posted by on Apr 4, 2016 in In search of

The blue and the grey, the white and the black and all colors that nature has to offer at this latitude were present in the days when the Vikings steered their vessels towards the land. Iceland. What we see now is more or less the same. The man made constructions that are added over time, […]