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Iceland Full Circle Photography Tour 2016 Travelogue 3 (Podcast 547)

Today I share with you the third in our four part series of travelogue style episodes to walk you through ten more images from my recent Iceland Full Circle Tour and Workshop. We pick up the trail after lunch on September 10, 2016. In the morning, I'd been photographing on...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • John Steadman
    Posted at 00:23h, 02 November Reply

    Thank you Martin for showing us some wonderful images again, the scenery is fantastic and you capture some marvellous images.


    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 00:29h, 02 November Reply

      Aw, thanks John! I’m pleased you like them.

  • Campervans Iceland (@CampersIceland)
    Posted at 00:00h, 06 May Reply

    Wonderful shots Martin. Particularly those from the Diamond beach (some people call it Crystal beach) and Jökulsárlón. It’s interesting that the lagoon just recently officially became the deepest lake in Iceland. I think it was 2010. Here is how:—the-glacier-lake
    Safe travels!

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