Roaming in Iceland
Iceland, in Icelandic « Ísland », pronounced [ˈislant], meaning literally « the land of ice », is an island of extreme weather and contrasts, located at the boarder of the Artic Circle in the middle of the Atlantic ocean.
Volcanos, glaciers, black sand beaches, natural pools: this country of 330,000 inhabitants offers landscapes like no other. While the winter temperatures are very harsh, mid seasons and summer are perfect times for exploration, especially when you’re a photography aficionados. However, even during those seasons, you never know what to expect from weather, thus the importance of having the right gear to face unexpected elements.
Photographs Yann Bervas, Giulia Woergartner & Lucas Cerri recently flew to Iceland from the South West of France, getting themselves immerged at the heart of the Icelandic wildness. Here’s a small photo report of their adventures.
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« Road trips are the equivalent of human wings. Ask me to go on one, anywhere. I love turning experiences into stories that will live inside of me and I can carry with me, always. Because stories are more important than things »
« To explore the westfjords of Iceland is what I’ve dreamed about for the last two years. We found a peaceful fisher village surrounded by triangular shaped mountains and huge water masses around them.»
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