An aerial view of the Icelandic Highlands in summer 🚁 The patterns in these rhyolite mountains when the snow melts can result in interesting shapes. Sometimes the ridgelines even look like orcas! During winter, these patterns are not able to be seen as the mountains are completely smothered in a deep layer of snow ☃️ Have you ever wanted to visit the mysterious, unexplored area of the Highlands? I have just put the finishing touches on a new camping photo workshop! Check out the link in my BIO for more info ☺️
Some dreams have wheels.
Starting all over again with a shot from my last solo trip to East Germany a few weeks ago. Driving more than 1500km that weekend was totally worth it since it was my first time going to that part of Germany.
As usual there was a huge amount of high professional photographers who wanted to get that unique shot - including an Instagramer who I’ve followed since my very first days here on Instagram. Obviously, I’m talking about the legend @muenchmax who showed @ravivora around.
Talking about community, I’m more than thankful for every single one of you who is still there after my eight week break.
There are hundreds of volcanoes 🌋 on Iceland, so many that in the last 500 years, Iceland alone has been responsible for 30 percent of the world’s lava flow. Pair this with glaciers that also populate the landscape, and you have the perfect storm of natural occurrences that make aerial photographs like this one possible. The color in this photo comes from dissolved minerals in the water that, for whatever reason, don’t mix as brooks flow into rivers and rivers flow into the sea.
There’s a stiff frost covering the garden beneath our rooms @lygoncotswolds and the fires have been smoking since seven o’clock. We have waited long enough I think. Mince pies for breakfast, please, with optional sherries.