Landscape photographs full of silence and vastness captured by Loic Le Quéré during a winter in Iceland.

Loic Le Quéré is actually working as a graphic artist in Paris, France. His second passion is photography, which he considers as exercises for fun. When looking at his portfolio you will recognize that his photographic work proves that he knows what he’s doing. During a winter in Iceland, he has captured breathtaking landscapes full of silence and seemingly never ending vastness. He has shot remote places, lonesome roads, mountains, and Iceland’s incomparable appearance. Some images of the series can be found below. For those of you who want to see more, please visit Loic Le Quéré’s website or follow his photographic journey around the world on Behance and Instagram.

Polar light in the evening sky.
Polar light in the evening sky.
A lonely road.
A lonely road.
A lonesome red bus in the snow.
A lonesome red bus in the snow.
A secluded settlement.
A secluded settlement.
A small cottage placed in a seemingly endless expanse.
A small cottage placed in a seemingly endless expanse.
An old airplane wreck.
An old airplane wreck.
At the coast.
View at the coast.
High-voltage cables pass through the entire country.
High-voltage cables pass through the entire country.
The land of snow and ice.
The land of snow and ice.
What a perfect setting!
What a perfect setting!

All images © by Loic Le Quéré. Feel free to find more inspiring images on WE AND THE COLOR. Our Photography section features a wide range of work including landscape, portrait, architectural photography, etc.

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