The iconic Einhyrningur (“one-horned”) in the Highlands of Iceland.
In the background of the second image is Eyjafjallajökull, the glacial volcano that erupted in 2010 causing much disruption in air traffic across the Atlantic.
The video below the stills illustrates a striking characteristic of Icelandic mountains: their dramatic shape-shifting as a function of the viewing angle.
The Syðra Fjallabak collection.
Glad you like it.
Just stunning black and white photography my friend! Extreme amounts of detail in the volcanic debris(?), stunning deep blacks against stark gray skies, The mountains are just stunning in the frame! Very well done photography! Just beautiful.
Thank you, Dan. Syðra Fjallabak is very special.
My immediate thought on seeing the first photo was “sinister”. I simply love the dark tones and shape in the mount. Everything is synergistic.
Thank you, Bob. “Sinister” is apt.