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Stunning Views of Iceland Captured by Jerome Berbigier

August 8, 2014

Christopher Jobson


Water on the moon, Reykjanes Peninsula

Photographer Jérôme Berbigier moved from France to Australia in 2007 and soon after took up photography. Inspired by a childhood spent near the Atlantic Ocean and the natural beauty of areas surrounding Sydney, it wasn’t long before he was capturing stunning landscapes up and down the Australian coast. A 2012 trip took him to Iceland where he captured these amazing views of the country’s waterfalls, rivers, and seascapes, some of which he didn’t publish until just this year. You can see much more of his photography on Flickr and over on Facebook. Prints of all his work are available upon request. (via Colossal Submissions)


Hvitserkur Rock


Gullfoss at dusk


Turquoise Falls, Bruarfoss


Black Falls, Skaftafell


Blue Storm, Jokulsarlon


Blue Ice, Jokulsarlon


The mighty Dettifoss


Sacred Water, Godafoss


Svartifoss, infrared processing

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