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Postcards From Iceland, #5

  Dear friend, This was one of my favorite vistas on the entire six-day trip. 

The dark foreground was comprised of sheets of ebony volcanic sand and gravel, like the surface of a black ocean leading to what could easily have been mistaken for an isolated...

Postcards From Iceland, #4

Dear friend, Iceland is possessed of constantly brooding weather, but it seems to suit my personality. I love the power in the storms - that fierce beauty of the clouds juxtaposed against the soft fields of purple lupins. What some may find oppressive, I find both...

Postcards From Iceland, #3

Dear friend, I was mesmerized watching the icebergs make their final journey to the sea from the Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon. It's a humbling experience. I suppose it puts all of life into perspective really; we are all of us on a journey somewhere. This iceberg,...

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Hugh B. Long is an Award Winning Canadian Journalist & Author. He writes full-time, and is passionate about Science Fiction and Fantasy rooted in Viking Mythology. He also writes Norse and Viking-themed non-fiction under his pen name - Eoghan Odinsson.

Graduating from the University of Aberdeen's School of Engineering in Scotland with his Masters of Science degree, he subsequently taught for the University, and was a dissertation advisor for graduate students. In addition to his academic background, Hugh also holds a Black Belt in Shito-Ryu Karate, a Brown Belt in Budoshin Ju-Jitsu, and was study group leader in D.C. for the Association of Renaissance Martial Arts.  (Historical European Martial Arts). Hugh has taught Martial Arts in Canada and the USA. Hugh recently returned from a 10 year stretch working in the Washington D.C. area, and is now back in his native Ottawa Valley where he lives with his wife, son and two dogs.

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