Highlandscapes

From the air.

Gems mined during a Cessna flight over the Central Highlands of Iceland.

Aerial view - Veiðivötn, Iceland

Enchanting Veiðivötn
5D Mark III, 24-105L

 
Aerial view - Tungnaá near Landmannalaugar, Iceland

Glacial river Tungnaá
5D Mark III, 24-105L

 
Aerial view - Tröllið near Langisjór, Iceland

Tröllið, near Langisjór
5D Mark III, 24-105L

 
Aerial view, Veiðitvötn area, Iceland

Veiðivötn area
5D Mark III, 24-105L

 
 
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Red Rock Canyon

Mornin’ in the Mojave Desert.

The magnificent Red Rock wilderness area lies a mere 10 minutes away from the steel and glass kitsch of Las Vegas. This sequence tracks the advance of light moments after sunrise.

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Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
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Hlíðarfjall

Iconic mountain and its many moods.

The handsome Hlíðarfjall is part of the Krafla volcanic system in the Mývatn area of north Iceland. This “rhyolite lava dome” was “formed in sub-glacial eruptions some 20000-30000 years ago.” (vide Iceland by Thor Thordarson and Armann Hoskuldsson, Classic Geology in Europe series, Terra Publishing, 2002)

Hlíðarfjall at sunrise, Iceland

First splash of light
5D Mark III, 70-200L f/2.8 IS II

 
Last light on Hlíðarfjall, Iceland

Final kiss
5DS, 100-400L IS II

 
Hlíðarfjall, Iceland

Crisp in Fall
5D Mark III, 70-200L f/2.8 IS II

 
Hlíðarfjall, Iceland

Fall foliage
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Hlíðarfjall, Iceland

Blowing off steam
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Hlíðarfjall, Iceland

Winter blues
5D Mark III, 100-400L IS II

 
Mountains of Mývatn, with Hlíðarfjall

View from Krafla – Hlíðarfjall is the farthest
5D Mark III, 100-400L IS II

 
Kristinn Ingi Pétursson and Hlíðarfjall, Iceland

Time to reflect – with Kristinn Ingi Pétursson
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Gone With The Wind

Nature’s fury.

The artwork Obtusa by the Venezuelan-American artist Rafael Barrios installed on a major street in Reykjavík was blown away in yesterday’s severe windstorm. The flat-profiled steel sculpture presented an optical illusion as a 3-D object. The work was owned by the founder of WOW Air (also Gone With The Wind).

The City of Reykjavík is expected to restore it after completion of the necessary repairs.

Obtusa, near Höfðatorg, Reykjavík

Now you see it…
Panasonic LX100 II

 
Obtusa, near Höfðatorg, Reykjavík

…now you don’t
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