10-16 August 2015

Iceland is definitely one of the most impressive countries we have ever visited. A country rich with roaring volcanoes, icy mountains, deep fjords, monolithic glaciers is now the mecca for photographers who are looking to capture the raw and mystical power of nature. The ruggedness of and stark contrasts present in Iceland’s landscapes makes them irresistible to me. Glacial floodplains, waterfalls, towering mountains, fjords and even deserts of volcanic ash can all be found in relative proximity to each other. Its small population (of roughly 325,000) also means that the majority of its natural wonder remains nearly or completely untouched, giving me the opportunity to capture a world that seems empty and almost alien in nature.