Remote and pristine …
FRISCO — Pristine is an over-used word when it comes to landscapes, but in Iceland, it seems to apply more than in many other places. The island itself is far from most other landmasses and population centers, and the sparse population means there isn’t nearly as much detritus as in many parts of the world. For a photographer, that means unblemished vistas and untouched scenery. You almost have to go out of your way to find a structure to give some of the scenes a sense of scale. All in all, Iceland is a photographer’s dream. Even when the mists and rain roll in, the ensuing light can be magical.
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