Braving the Elements

There are some trips that test your willingness to endure difficult conditions. That can be humidity and rain in the jungle, snow and ice in the mountains, or even overwhelming crowds. We are in the process of packing for our trip to Ecuador, which isn’t easy because we will be in Quito and climbing up the side of a volcano, which will mean that we will have cold temperatures, and we are also heading into the jungle, which means that we will be dealing with the heat. That means that we need to take cold gear as well as comfortable clothes for the jungle. In order to cut down on the amount of clothes that we need to take, we are counting on layering. During our trip to Iceland, we found some light-weight cold gear that wicks away moisture and definitely keeps you warm without being overly bulky. This week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is about the letter C and we have decided to share a few photos that represent being Cold. Instead of being near the top of the world, we will be at the middle of the world for the next two weeks, so it is a definitely a different experience than our time in Iceland.


We Were Frozen Too


Driving in Iceland


Sunrise over Frozen Tundra


Hazy Sunrise

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9 Responses to Braving the Elements

  1. mz&cho says:

    Beautiful! Must have been freezing cold!

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  2. You could always try to visualize these wintery scenes if Ecuador gets too hot. πŸ™‚

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  3. Sounds cold but beautiful! I’ve also heard theres some hot springs in Iceland!? (Might have been helpful relaxing in a hot bath instead of nearly freezing to death) HaHa!

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  4. gallon food storage bags are my go to for moving cameras and lenses into and out of the cold.

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  5. Cee Neuner says:

    Your photos definitely made me cold. Wonderful series of photos. πŸ˜€

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