You can’t really go wrong taking photos of Iceland — it’s home to some of the most famously dramatic and beautiful landscapes on earth, and when you step off the plane at Keflavík and get the bus into Reykjavík, you really do feel like you’ve landed in another world. Even so, these landscapes by English photographer Andy Lee, which we spotted at Faith is Torment, are particularly striking. They’re shot in the infrared spectrum (it’s unclear whether Lee used a digital camera or got his hands on some IR film), and the results are spectacular, in a suitably dark and brooding way. There’s more of the series on Lee’s Behance page, along with a selection of his other work.
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