Michael Schauer, photography, münchen, landscape, landschaft, travel, nature, reise, natur, outdoor
June 3, 2017

Shades of Blue in Iceland

Landscape Travel

Color study that came out of my recent trip to Iceland. The winter and the sometimes clouded skies created a whole spectrum of blues.

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