The Wild Beauty of Iceland’s Uninhabitable Landscapes | Raw File | Wired.com

Iceland’s epic vistas, vast glaciers, soft light and ominous volcanoes make beautiful abstract art in Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris’s aerial photos. He’s made striking visuals out of the island’s natural formations without focusing on their actual geography.

“I wanted something that doesn’t have context, no sense of scale,” says Kalomiris. “I wanted it to be lost. In the end it doesn’t really matter what you’re looking at. It’s supposed to be just pure visual pleasure.”

via The Wild Beauty of Iceland’s Uninhabitable Landscapes | Raw File | Wired.com.

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One comment on “The Wild Beauty of Iceland’s Uninhabitable Landscapes | Raw File | Wired.com

  1. That is beautiful!

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