October 28, 2017

Kerlingarfjöll, 2017

Landscape Travel
If there was a blue hour on Mars, it would look like the view over Kerlingarfjöll.

Kerlingarfjöll Mountain range is a volcanic area in Iceland. I photographed it during blue hour and, luckily, the people wandering around gave it some scale

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