Iceland is one of the most photogenic countries of the world. The Icelandic landscape is vast, varied and ruggedly beautiful with huge icecaps and glaciers, geysers and hot springs, raging rivers and wonderful waterfalls. The dramatic scenery is shaped by volcanic eruptions and carved out by glaciers.
Recently, Italian photographer Sandro Santioli took to the air in a Cessna and snapped a series of extraordinary images showcasing the island's exotic topography. Sandro Santioli racked up 70 hours of flight time as he took the photos while holding his camera out the window of the aircraft.
Sandro Santioli is one of the most esteemed Italian photographers, with a work that varies from reportage to creative photography. He often works with geographic and travel magazines, in Italy and abroad. His work has been reviewed on fine art and photo magazines (such as National Geographic Italy), and used used for advertising campaigns for firms and public corporations, on websites, books, posters, brochures.
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