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Thumbs-up-shaped tuft, Vestrahorn, Iceland

Iceland for Wild Photography Holidays

October 20th , 2016. We completed the first of three tours for Wild Photography Holidays at the end of last week. Our group, from Australia, Germany and England, endured nine days of mostly¬†grim weather to produce some highly distinctive work miles removed from the usual romantic representations of the island. I discovered a hitherto unknown passion for¬†producing bleak pictures of pylons – something helped by Alienskin’s Exposure X.

Perhaps the most remarkable discoveries during the tour were Iceland’s fifth-ever great egret, keeping company with the only other large white birds with long necks – whooper swans – near Hellnar and a solitary little egret near the falls at Skogafoss.

Electricity pylons, south Iceland Electricity pylons, south Iceland Electricity pylons, south Iceland Electricity pylons, south Iceland Black beach, Jokulsarlon, with pylons, Iceland Lyme grass and dunes, Stokksnes, Iceland Thumbs-up-shaped tuft, Vestrahorn, Iceland Flooding , south Iceland Flooding , south Iceland Wooden house, Stykkisholmur, Iceland Church,  Stadastadur, Iceland Sun reflected in church window, Budir, Iceland Little egret in front of Skogafoss, South Iceland, Iceland Sail boat sculpture, Stykkisholmur, Iceland Photographers in front of image of the mountains behind, Vestrahorn, Iceland
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Photographers in front of image of the mountains behind, Vestrahorn, Iceland

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