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Journey through Futuristic Iceland in Peaceful Photographs by Aishy

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Photos of nature do not have to be in shades of green at all. French photographer and artist Aishy found inspiration in pink that became the main feature of the A Day on Earth II series. The images look a bit like people have disappeared from the world and the Earth has become a completely different planet, but the photographer did it on purpose so that viewers look a little out of their everyday reality or forget about thousands of similar images of nature. The mysterious Iceland in pink tones, mixed with fog and gray stones or frozen water, looks absolutely calm. The photographer’s journey through Iceland 2020 thus brought a slightly different view of nature, which in the pictures turned into a futuristic place for a moment.

Photographed with Sony A7R III.

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