Let’s enjoy some slightly different views of Iceland captured by Luca Arena.

Some months ago we have featured Luca Arena‘s ‘Impersonalism: Tenerife‘ photo project on WE AND THE COLOR and recently the Italian photographer suggested me to check out his latest project called “Á means river | Ísland”. On his journey through Iceland, Luca Arena has traveled 2994 km within 13 days with the aim to show us some different views of this beautiful island. His goal was to capture the land of rivers, volcanoes and endless glaciers in a completely unusual manner. Some images of the series can be found below. For more, please visit Luca Arena’s website.

A bus in an abandoned landscape.
A bus in an abandoned landscape.
A basketball net on a parking space.
A basketball net on a parking space.
A camper van and a lonely house.
A camper van and a lonely house.
A neatly arranged backyard with soccer field and a winding path.
A neatly arranged backyard with soccer field and a winding path.
A small shed in the woods.
A small shed in the woods.
A woman in a yellow raincoat.
A woman in a yellow raincoat.
An abandoned basketball in front of the mountains.
An abandoned basketball in front of the mountains.
Camping time.
Camping time.
A basketball net attached to a concrete wall.
A basketball net attached to a concrete wall.
The purple whirlpool experience.
The purple whirlpool experience.
Cold water.
Cold water.
Easy living.
Easy living.
That looks like a space station on another planet.
That looks like a space station on another planet.
The starting block.
The starting block.
Two windows, one tree.
Two windows, one tree.

All images © by Luca Arena. Do not hesitate to have a look at our Photography section to find more inspiring images.

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