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Photographer's Note

John just asked me how am I still posting photos and writing critiques when we just had a newborn baby 6 days ago...simple answer really...let me explain.

First of all, I have taken almost a month off of work to help out at home, so I'm always here. But the main reason why I can still work on TE is that newborns mostly sleep. They wake up when they're hungry, change their diaper, feed them, then they lay down for another 2 or 3 hours. It actually gives me plenty of time to sneak in some TE critiques 5 or 10 at a time.

When our baby is more active, well, then it will limit my online time haha.

So lets continue with my Iceland photos, I still have dozens more to share. Lighthouses have always peeked my attention, so when I spotted this cigarette style lighthouse from the main road, I had to go explore. It's located on the far east fjords, way off the tourist roads. The closest town is called Stodvarfjordur, so that's the one I put in the info. It's the very first photo from this small town, clearly off the beaten path.

I tried getting inside the front door, but it was locked very very strongly. Too bad. As you can see from the landscape, its very rugged, real, rough, unforgiving, it was the perfect location for a lighthouse. The map feature shows where the lighthouse is, it's not exact, but it's very close.

There are 2 more in the WS if you're interested. Thanks for looking!

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