Road trip

milky way rising over wither hills winery Ian Schulz photography

Milky Way over Wither Hills – Blenheim

May 31, 2017

Milky Way over Wither Hills Winery Blenheim New Zealand       A composite image taken in Blenheim New Zealand of the milky way rising over Wither Hills Winery. Taken early morning in April 2017. Space and the stars have always fascinated me, and I am constantly blown away by how many stars can be […]

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Sunflowers Warwick and Allora

January 7, 2017

Photo of the week Sunflowers With all the festive season running around, I haven’t had the chance to get out and about to take photos. So now that we are in the new year, and deep into the sunflower growing season, it was time to dust off the camera and get out and find a […]

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San Francisco city by night

October 5, 2016

Photo of the day San Francisco by night Sleepy San Francisco. A long exposure photo taken while staying at the Hilton, Financial District. On our last night in the foggy city by the bay we decided to treat ourselves to a little luxury, so we booked one of the balcony rooms at the top of the […]

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Ian Schulz - Alaska - Glacier Bay - John Hopkins Glacier

Glacier Bay National Park Alaska

September 30, 2016

Glacier Bay National Park The crowd gathered as our ship noses its way toward the John Hopkins glacier. Glacier Bay Alaska, one of the eagerly awaited highlights from our North American road trip adventure. And why else visit glacier bay unless you’re going to see glaciers. Upon our arrival in glacier bay, we approached the […]

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Bixby Creek Bridge – Big Sur – California

September 4, 2016

Roughly 215km (135mi) south of San Francisco is this little gem of a bridge on highway 1, the Bixby Creek bridge. As it’s name suggests, this bridge allows highway 1 to cross Bixby Creek along the beautiful Big Sur coastline region of California. Built in 1932, the bridge itself is fairly typical of many other concrete arch bridges scattered along the west coast, but what makes the Bixby Creek Bridge stand out from the rest is it’s stunning location. With rolling mountains on one side and the Pacific ocean on the other the bridge is quite popular with the tourists looking to stretch their legs and take a quick snapshot of the scenery.

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