Last summer I visited Iceland for a few days, and immediately fell in love with the hauntingly beautiful landscapes. As we drove around the country, sometimes for 12 hours in one day, my traveling companion and I couldn’t help but point out that almost everything looked as though it should be on a postcard.
Iceland is well known for being a visually stunning country, making it the perfect subject matter for photographers. One photographer we have been watching for some time now is Reykjavik-based, Frodi Brinks. His work captures the broad landscapes highlighting the sheer beauty of the country.
In his Iceland series, he relies on black and white photos to alternate between bright, refreshing perspectives and dark, mysterious scenes. Creating a dramatic view of the breathtaking nation. I particularly like that t he collection presents a variety of isolated landscapes, allowing the viewer to focus purely on the environment and architecture.
Check out more of Brinks work here