Photo Safaris Trip Reports

Archive: March 2018

Aurora Borealis, Fairbanks, Alaska 2018 Trip Report

Interior Alaska in winter promises snow-covered landscapes and crystal clear skies along with the chance for a display of the northern lights. This year, with snowfall in the area approaching 80 inches, there were plenty o... Read More

By Eric Rock on Mar 20, 2018

Iceland in Winter 2018 Trip Report

If there was one thing I knew to expect in Iceland after many trips to this enchanted island, it was the weather. Watching the forecast prior to leaving the US was nerve racking to say the least. The news was reporting mul... Read More

By Jeff Vanuga on Mar 14, 2018

Japan's Winter Wildlife 2018 Trip Report

This was my first time leading the tour to Japan. While I had been to see the snow monkeys once a very long time ago, I had never visited the red-crowned cranes, whooper swans or Steller’s sea eagles. John Shaw, who ... Read More

By Mark Thomas on Mar 13, 2018

Yellowstone in Winter 2018 Trip Report

The weather during a photography trip can be seen as a make-it or break-it element for travelers. This year’s two winter trips in Yellowstone National Park had plenty of weather to go around! Winter in Yellowstone is... Read More

By Eric Rock on Mar 13, 2018

Norway's Lofoten Islands 2018 Trip Report

I’ve come to think of our winter trips to Lofoten, Norway as “patterns shoots.”  Along with abundant impressive coastal and mountain landscapes, we are regularly in the field searching for patterns&m... Read More

By Joe Van Os on Mar 13, 2018

Horses and Icons of the Wild West in Winter 2018 Trip Report

This winter’s Horses & Icons of the Wild West trip at the Hideout in Shell, Wyoming—what I’ve always just called the Cowboy Horse Shoot—was my last tour with Joseph Van Os Photo Safaris. Retirin... Read More

By Darrell Gulin on Mar 05, 2018