Volcanic Textures


Part of an exhibition with textures and prints I shot in the Icelandic highlands. 
Iceland is a kind of bridge between continents due to its unique location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Many of the Volcanic eruptions in Iceland are caused by the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates moving apart.
These volcanic activities gives birth to areas that look like those of the moon for their colors, desolation, and absence of vegetation. There are no other places quite like these anywhere else in the world.
Iceland is the only inhabited island in the world where the effects of two major tectonic plates drifting apart can easily be observed above sea level.

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