St. Peter’s Basilica, Iceland edition.
Ensconced in the Búrfellshraun lava field near Mývatn in North Iceland, this hut (“Peter’s Church”) was built by farmer Pétur Jónsson in 1925 to provide shelter during the annual sheep roundup.
In the first image, the iconic Bláfjall mountain and the shield volcano Ketildyngja are seen in the distance.
Love the unfolding of scale, though the last image is possibly from a different time of the year.
Drone photography has provided such a useful tool to get the ‘sense of scale’ Ariel shots.
So beautiful, Rajan!
Yes, located in an unlikely, stark landscape.