Patterns of Iceland
A photography series by Christian Hoiberg
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. 

This series features some of the unique patterns and textures that you can see from land or air while exploring this unique region. 
Thank you for watching. I hope you enjoyed this collection of images and perhaps even got inspired to grab your camera and head out. You can find more of my images on Instagram or visit my website to learn the techniques used in capturing these images.
Patterns of Iceland
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Patterns of Iceland

A collection of abstract and aerial landscape photography of the Icelandic Highlands captured by Norwegian landscape photographer Christian Hoibe Read More
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