Ephemeral Iceland

Ephemeral Iceland

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French photographer Alban Henderyckx, fascinated by the beauty of the wild Icelandic nature, took a series of extraordinary beauty photos of this amazing corner of nature. Untouched wilderness in all its pristine beauty looks so ephemeral and dreamlike in Alban's photographs.

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Ephemeral Iceland

1. Alban Henderyckx was born and raised on the Atlantic coast, but then, he says, became a city child. Now he is 30 years old and he is instinctively drawn to nature, to a world without artificiality, to vast expanses. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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2. According to the photographer, he feels free only when his gaze is directed to the horizon. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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3. Capturing the ephemeral atmosphere of natural landscapes in photographs has become a vital necessity for the photographer. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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4. Whatever the photographer does, he does it with inspiration. In photography, he especially loves the dreamy atmosphere that he tries to convey with the camera. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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5. The photographer visited Iceland last June. According to him, he was ready to stay awake all 24 hours a day, walking around the beautiful places on this extraordinary beauty of island. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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6. The photographer was not interested in the typical sights of the country, he wanted to get to know it on his own, so he went on a trip alone. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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7. Alban Henderyckx, fascinated by the mountains, felt among them as in another, unknown, world. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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8. The photographer was also very impressed with the history, culture, and traditions of the Icelandic people. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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9. More photos of Alban can be viewed on his website: alban-henderyckx.com. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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10. Almost Martian landscape. (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

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11. "Afterlife". (Photo: Alban Henderyckx).

Keywords: Photographer | Beauty | Nature | Icelandic nature | Beauty photos | Landscape | View | Travel | Country | World | Iceland

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