Drawing on the vast expanses of his native Iceland, photographer Björn Árnason creates a travelogue devoid of superlatives. Instead, his camera focuses on the relation of spare shapes amid a landscape of chalky greys and blues. His images are at once tranquil and confounding – bringing the minimalist of shapes into maximum details. Giving us familiar forms, he isolates them in the still beauty of Icelandic sea and sky – there they speak volumes, with the quietest of sounds.

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Cory

ABOUT CORY TALLMAN - Cory is passionate about design and creativity and how they can expand our understanding of ourselves. He has lived from San Francisco to Japan but found his way, some would say inevitably, to New York City. His writing has appeared in a wide range of publications, but is thrilled to mark his blogging debut here at GBlog.