The summer of 2016 has provided an opportunity to work for Blyth Education as a photography teacher in the land of ice and fire (or in our case the land of hikes and waterfalls). There was plenty of ice, there wasn’t any fire as the volcanos did not erupt while we were there.
The location was magnificent, the views, the constantly shifting weather, the 19 hours of daylight was unique and the staff and students made it a great experience.
There are plenty of stories to tell and I am grateful to the staff at the Blyth office, my co-workers on the trip and the students for creating an environment that was positive.
Here are my top ten favourite from the trip (Thanks to Abby and Meg for being editors):