At the Turquoise Lake​​ by Gabor Nagy

    Gabor Nagy, a photographer known for some brilliant series that explore landscapes from above, has delivered once again with a new series named At the Turquoise Lake.

    Writing about the experience and the process it took to get these photos Nagy stated: “I’ve found these vivid phenomenons while I scanned through the Highlands of Iceland for river patterns and new photo locations on Google Earth. To reach this location we had to drive 5 hours on extremely tough terrain, and we even had to cross River Tungnaá by foot – so we timed our arrival to be at the riverbed in the morning so we could “easily” walk through the running water.”

    Find more work by Gabor Nagy here.

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