Landscape photography can enhance perception and imagination, open up a world of new possibilities, and also take us back to our ancestral roots. Trevor Anderson shares his experiences
The ice is cracking from below and slowly rising to the surface while the seagulls make alarming calls. The sky moves from a neutral gray to a dark black as the remaining sunlight casts an amber glow on the cold ice. My senses are heightened and I am completely lost in the moment, capturing this unfolding event taking place at Iceland’s Jökulsárlón, which is next to one of Europe’s largest glaciers. I am here to witness the historic Grímsvötn volcanic eruption, mostly due to my passion for photography.
I was fortunate enough to get into photography a handful of years ago as a teenager, but I do recall a time where…
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