The Most Epic Artic Landscapes
ICELAND HIGHLANDS IN SUMMER 2021
In a country of truly amazing landscapes the Icelandic highlands offer perhaps the most incredible scenery of all. The vast interior of this beautiful country has some of the most diverse and jaw-dropping landscapes imaginable. Surrounded by glaciers, this is an area of black sand deserts, volcanic peaks and mountains of every colour imaginable, from the vivid green moss covered hills of the Hvanngil and Mælifellssandur, to the deep oranges and red rhyolite valleys of Landmannalaugar and Kerlingarfjöll.
Crater lakes like Langisjór and Hnausapollur, lava fields and waterfalls, landscapes that change every few kilometres, there is simply so much to see in the highlands and yet despite all this it’s relative inaccessibility means it is far less visited than many of the well known locations around the country. The few roads that do exist are dirt tracks, often with multiple river crossings, which can only be traversed with a sturdy 4×4, and accommodation is limited.
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After the comparison between the new weather-sealed 10-24 and the old version, I thought it was nice to make the next-level comparison between the new 10-24 and the big-daddy 8-16.
I was really curious to see how the 8-16 performs. These two lenses are completely different. The Fujifilm 8-16 is the widest-angle lens Fujifilm produces. The rectilinear 8-16 lens boasts an angle-of-view very similar to that of a 12-24mm optic in a 35mm system and It’s mainly designed for landscape and architecture photography. Check it out!
Un interessante articolo firmato dalla blogger Sabrina Tosato aka The Tomato Soup che avevo piacere di condividere con voi. Si chiama Starlight Room 360° e si trova a Cima Gallina, all’interno dell’area Lagazuoi, Giau, 5 Torri, in uno dei paesaggi montani meglio custoditi al Mondo. Una camera con vista, da dove poter ammirare una successione di vette spettacolari di incomparabile bellezza, dal tramonto all’alba per una notte stellata nelle Dolomiti senza eguali.
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