Christian Hoiberg, a photographer based out of Norway, released an eye-comforting mini-series named Pattens of Iceland in which Hoiberg explores the stunning landscapes and patterns of Iceland.
Writing about the series Hoiberg stated: “The Highlands of Iceland are mostly an uninhabitable volcanic desert because the water precipitating as rain or snow infiltrates so quickly into the ground that it is unavailable for plant growth. This results in a surface of grey, black or brown earth, lava and volcanic ashes; making it a playground for landscape photographers.”
Find more work by Christian Hoiberg here.
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