Photographer Tim Navis captures the Namaskard region in all its glory
- Barbara Ryan
- 11 September 2012
Namaskard (n-ahh-mag-ska-rdo?) may not be the easiest place to pronounce and may not be the easiest area to place geographically off the top of your head. The Icelandic region is hidden away and pretty much too colossal to take in. Navis’ photographs of the landscape capture each aspect of this extraordinary landscape superbly with scale and depth hard to calculate – each image reveals something epic about Iceland and its brilliant variety of terrain. Tim says the landscape is everything – loud and silent, empty and full, hot and cold, volatile and empty. Cheers for making those of us less travelled realise Iceland isn’t just white!