It’s been a busy couple of months.
I recently completed a trip to Denmark and Greenland - it was a great trip as Greenland has always been on my bucket list. It’s a lot of flying to get to someplace relatively close to North America. My route of flight was Santa Ana, CA to Dallas/Fort Worth, DFW to London Heathrow, Heathrow to Copenhagen, and then Copenhagen to Greenland - with the reverse coming home. In all I spent around 40 hours on planes. Here are the links - Copenhagen and Greenland. I’ll also have images from this trip on display at the Sawdust Art Festival this summer.
I did another mid-west trip and posted images from the Route 66 portion of the trip, and also started a new category - The Heartland of America. I plan on heading back out soon to Nebraska and South Dakota, hopefully before the summer season starts.
There were two car events to shoot during April. The California Festival of Speed, hosted by Porsche of San Diego, was held at the Auto Club Raceway in Fontana, CA. The Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, which I shot for the Porsche Club, is one of a series of Indy car races held around the United States. The winner was Scott Dixon, recording his first win here. Congratulations, Scott. It was two excellent weekends of great cars, racing, and friends.
I received emails from my friends in India and Nepal and am glad to report that they are safe. Although we have put a hold on our trip to Everest Base Camp for the moment, we do anticipate going. We still expect to go to base camp (approximately 17,500 feet elevation) and then hike over to Kala Pattar for some of the very best views of Everest (weather permitting). There is room for only six people, so please let me know if you are interested. Click here for further information, and please do not hesitate to call me if you have any questions.