This photograph was captured in Iceland at the area at Laki Craters or “Lakagigar”- Lakagígar is part of a volcanic system centered on the volcano Grímsvötn and including the volcano Thordarhyrna. It lies between the glaciers of Mýrdalsjökull and Vatnajökull, in an area of fissures that run in a southwest to northeast direction.
This is a composite image inspired by the style of Andreas Gursky. The original was taken in Al Qusour, Amman, Jordan. This is a part of the city, where the Bedouins used to life.
Easy to recognize: this was taken in Venice, Italy. A very reduced shot of the “ferros”.
The ferro is the distinctive metal design at the prow, or front, of the gondola. It has gone through over 1,000 modifications since its creation; the curled design is not only for aesthetic reasons, but also to defend the gondola from possible damage caused by collisions. The unique shape of the ferro is famous worldwide – popular tradition maintains that the six teeth represent the six districts of Venice; the elegant curve signifies the Doge’s cap, or the Grand Canal. The semi-circular break between the curved top and the six teeth is said to represent the Rialto Bridge. The ferro has become a symbol of the gondola, which is, in turn, a symbol of Venice itself.
This is naturell ice from the nearby glacier Jökulsárlón at the Diamond Beach in Iceland. The icebergs floating in the lagoon range in color from deep blue to bright white, and brilliant turquoise shades, they slowly melt and make their way down to the ocean, before they reach the Atlantic Ocean they often come to a stop at an amazingly beautiful black beach, the name of this beach is Breiðamerkursandur, although, it is certainly better known by its nickname, the aforementioned Diamond Beach. Seeing the icebergs sit on the black sand where they glint under the Icelandic Midnight sun, creates a truly unique setting.
Wadi Rum (Valley of the Moon) lies in the far south of Jordan, set on a high plateau at the western edge of the Arabian desert. Gargantuan rock formations, rippled sand dunes, and clear night skies create an almost fairy-tale setting across an unpopulated area the size of New York City. This is truly the “reddest” part of Jordan, colored by iron oxide, and by far the most dramatic in terms of landscape.
In the southeast of Iceland, you'll find a glacier lagoon filled with large chunks of ice. This ice lagoon has become one of Iceland's most popular attractions due to its immense beauty. The lagoon is called Jökulsárlón, or Glacier's-River-Lagoon.
This photograph was taken in Vestrahorn, on the Stokksnes peninsula in Southeast Iceland. The famous mountain is surrounded by constantly from the wind shaped lava dunes.
Lake Mead, USA
The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Quiraing, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Lake Mead, USA
Nevada Desert, USA
Wadi Rum, Jordan
Arashiyama (Bamboo Forest), Kyoto, Japan
DIN A4 Paper
Black Sand Beach, Iceland
Lion, Gondwana, South Africa
Sheep, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Camels, Wadi Rum, Jordan
Rhino, Gondwana, South Africa
Leopard, Kruger Park, South Africa
Buffalo, Gondwana, South Africa
Stadtbibliothek, Stuttgart, Germany
Universitätsbibliothek der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany