Nine days on the South coast of Iceland. Conditions were severe a lot of the time (gales, hailstorms, sleet, snow, rough seas with constant spray all in one day at one spot!) and the four hours of decent daylight meant not wasting too much time driving during the day.
I shot the lot on a Sony A7, A7R, 35mm FE, 55mm FE, Metabones III, Tokina 16-28 and a Ricoh GR V.
The portfolios are here, which will soon be edited down somewhat:
South Iceland: Sea
South Iceland: Land
I found the Sonys performed very well in what amounted to intensive use in genuinely awful conditions, but there were a few issues that came up. None were show stoppers and I will be writing it all up in more detail on here (The Photo Fundamentalist) and I will post sone more condensed comments on here when my thoughts have crystalised.
I also took a then brand new Ricoh GR with me and it blew my socks off. I can attribute about 30% of the shots to this fixed lens camera, which tells you something....
The trip feels like it never happened. A surreal experience that contrasts starkly with being back in Kabul. Anyway, portfolios for now and I will write more later.