August 14, 2017

Droning Stokksnes, Iceland 2017

Landscape Travel
Stokksnes is a harsh but beautiful environment- really a place to experience Iceland’s true beauty. To my knowledge, it has never been droned before and as I rose up and was struck by this beautiful and totally unknown aerial view of the road that connects the mainland to a small peninsula. Even for the magic that Iceland holds in every corner, I knew these photographs were of a special kind as they carry this humbling feeling of discovery in them.

 

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