Portraits and People
Big Cities and Little 'uns
The Open Road I had a long lonely weekend in Iceland, so I took my rental Jeep out into the wild. I drove all over the country from dawn till dusk seeing what I could find. The sky and landscape was an ever changing palette of colors and clouds.The sun is so low on the horizon during the winter that it is almost like a 5-hour sunrise followed by a 5-hour sunset. I drove up and down one of these highways to the next, listening to all kinds of strange and eclectic music on my iPod, occasionally jumping out to take a shot of something like this... it was a perfect weekend.In the distance, you can see the snowy mountains which always seem to be just a few songs away.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.
Rubber Duck by Florentijn Hofman I think it is a wonderful surreal work of art! Then again, I’m a huge fan of David Lynch and Twin Peaks. Anything surreal in my parallel universe gets a big thumbs up…- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.Artist: Florentijn Hofman
An Amazing Day at the Met On Sunday, I set aside about six hours to spend alone at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Most of you may know by now how I am obsessed with the Impressionists. Don't ever go to a museum with me, because I will bore you for hours on end with strange tidbits. Anyway, the Met has a fantastic collection that kept me busy most of the time... It's rather nice of them to hang on to my paintings for me. One day, when I get some time, I'm going to make a little page here and show some of my favorites.The Man would not let me take a tripod inside, so that was unfortunate. I did manage to do a few hand-held HDRs however... here is one that I have processed thus far.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.