About Patrick Gensel

Patrick Gensel is a world-roaming visual storyteller with a special place in his heart for action sports and the natural world. He is also the founder of Adventure Travel Buzz.
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Five Favorite Photos From Iceland

I talk an awful lot about Iceland over here, but with good reason, it is such a beautiful, surprisingly accessible place, and I just love it. Most of the time, I share some of the many photos i've taken while traveling in Iceland, but I feel that I need to branch out and share some

By |February 23rd, 2016|Iceland|0 Comments

Finding Iceland’s Crashed DC-3

If you have any interest in Iceland, you probably have seen photos of the US Navy Douglas DC-3 that crash landed on Solheimasandur, an expansive black sand beach on the southern coast of Iceland. The story tells of a crew that ditched this plane on the beach in 1073 when they ran out of fuel,

By |October 15th, 2015|Destinations|1 Comment

Soloing Above The Water

We headed out to F.E. Walter Dam yesterday to get on the wall for some deep water soloing. We all know that every year their comes a time when the water level gets too low from dam releases to safely climb, and unfortunately we decided that after this coming weekend, the level will be down

By |September 4th, 2015|Photography|0 Comments

Six Shots: The American Southwest

The American Southwest offers a beautiful array of locations from the Grand Canyon in Arizona to the ancient pueblos of Mesa Verde National Park. One of the biggest Allures to this area for me is the beautiful color palette of red, oranges, and yellows. Nine days roaming about this vast desert landscape was just not

By |September 1st, 2015|Six Shots|0 Comments
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Beautiful Views: Preikestolen, Norway

Norway is a beautiful country full of endless fjords and beautiful mountain views, so it's no wonder that one of my picks for "Beautiful Views" comes from this country. Preikestolen, also known as "Pulpit Rock". As you might have guessed, it got it's name due to it's resemblance to a preacher's pulpit. Priekestolen sits 1,981

By |July 10th, 2015|Beautiful Views|2 Comments

Catching up

Whew! It's been quite a while since i've posted here. I'm not really sure where all my time goes, but it disappears really quickly,  kind of like cold beer on a hot summer day. That being said, I think it's about time I catch everyone up on what i've been up to, and make a

By |June 19th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Panic and Frostnip: A Winter Hike On Mount Marcy

I gasped for air as I came to, the first thing that came to my mind was “Where the hell am I?” as I heard a familiar voice ripple through the transition between unconscious and conscious: “Dude are you ok?” I replied with a panicked “Someone turn on a goddamned light.” As the lights began

By |January 21st, 2015|The Road Report|1 Comment

Gearhead: Teva Verdon WP

Comfortable, effective footwear is important not only when out on the trail, but in day to day life. No one enjoys uncomfortable feet. Soft, cushioned insoles and a waterproof outer are not always part of the deal, but when you pick up a pair of Teva's Verdon WP (Water Proof) you get just that. Stepping

By |December 20th, 2014|Gear|0 Comments

Bluebird Day At Crater Lake

It was late August and I had just finished a climb of Mount Rainier a few days earlier. I had left Portland recharged after the exhausting climb. I was ready for some more exploring. When I talked with a friend about my road trip a month prior, they had mentioned Crater Lake and suggested I

By |December 12th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Forming Good Habits as a Travel Photographer

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By |November 20th, 2014|Travel|0 Comments
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