If Andy Lee can’t convince you to visit Iceland, no one will. This UK-based photographer amazed us with his roads less travelled photography last year, but now we’re back with another one of his photo series, called ‘Blue Iceland’.
The photos are from Lee’s first trip to Iceland, and he used a special technique to make the country’s landscape come alive — an infrared light-sensitive camera. He also used a filter that ‘shades some of all visible light wavelengths, emphasizing infrared wavelengths instead’.
Lee was able to venture into the Icelandic wilderness in a camper van thanks to Happy Campers, and managed to photograph active volcanoes, geysers, stunning fjords, glaciers, and towering mountains.
If you can’t get enough of his photography, check out Andy Lee’s website here.