Tag Archives: Volcanic

Light sculptures. The idea in this ongoing series is to seek out scenes that give the impression of strokes on an artists’ canvas. These photos typically have a subdued monochrome palette and are as seen by the eye, not black-and-white conversions. All the posts on this theme are collected here.           […]

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Volcanic red. Valagjá (pronounced ‘vaalaa-gyaow’ – gjá is fissure in Icelandic) is an explosion fissure wrought by Hekla, one of Iceland‘s most feared – and currently active – volcanoes. The bleeding red of the rift’s oxidized iron stands out in the dark expanse of volcanic ash, an otherworldly scene right out of the chronicles of […]

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The solitary Rowan. A lone Rowan stands refulgent on a carpet of colour in the Mývatn area of north Iceland. It is as if someone played Holi here. This is the first in a new series devoted to the colours of the very brief Icelandic Fall.    

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