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Photo credit: Erez Marom

Erez Marom, a photographer from Israel, captures Iceland like most have never seen before. They explore regions such as Godafoss, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the whole world, and ice caves. He's attracted to Iceland because it's so different from his home country, so each year, he spends a month traversing the peaks and valleys of Iceland, capturing plenty golden sunsets, Northern lights, and even frozen waterfalls. Continue reading for more pictures.

Here's what the photographer has to say about his journeys:

I think more people should be exposed to these so-called 'harsh' landscapes.

Often times, they're much more exciting and spectacular than tropical beaches or green meadows.

I'd like to allow people to understand that these, seemingly, alien places are right there and that you can visit them and enjoy what our world has to offer, in a different way.


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This entry was posted on 06/30 2:30pm and is filed under Photography, Travel .
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