Adrien Mauduit's picture


Iceland has a very special way of generating and transforming light. The rampant cloud clover gives abundant rain, but also unique cloud entanglements each casting different colors and brightnesses onto the mineral landscapes. It is not rare to cross paths with sudden rainbows or majestic blood-red sunsets. The omnipresent water also gives a good opportunity to witness the scintillation when it is reflected or refracted. However in my opinion, night time is when things start to get really interesting. Being an astrophotographer, I might sound biased, but when the night falls, everything finally slows down: there comes the real opportunity for you and me to watch, listen, breathe and feel.

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