Now I want to see how I can describe an panorama taken alone inside a glacier, I really don't know what i have to say...
I decided to spend a week alone on the island, in this magical hell of colours, storms and new places to explore.
I planned hiking, sunset, sunrise and auroras in places I'd never seen before, but here I made an exception: I discovered this glacier last year, and like all glaciers in Iceland it remains difficult and dangerous to explore, if not with a local guide.
Since the day I discovered it, it's become an obsession for me, every time there I try to make a stop on the spot, but almost always, the unpredictable weather of these extreme areas gets hard, it's a classic.
I decided to sleep in a rented car for 3 days just out of this incredible place, I wanted to catch the condition that I said, I wanted to explore and compose as I said.
Once on the spot I had the pleasure of speak with an expert mountaineer who took people on a hike, after telling him about my work and my passion he wanted to explain the shape of the glacier, the "safe" areas, the most accessible parts and the equipment needed to deal with it.
Armed with crampons I decide to enter the area, strictly following its directives and the areas traced by the guided tours (I take this opportunity to discourage behavior of this kind, for me it is a job and I'm willing to take risks, despite having studied and being accustomed and insured to face extreme places). .
In my exploration I come across this incredible cave, the blue reflections of the ice, the warm light of the sunset, impossible not to be excited...
Author: In 2008 I approached Photography buying a small camera to capture the first landscapes, the first trips. Six years later I started to study deeply the techniques of planning, shooting and editing while i started to think about my own style, experimenting with the first wide field photographs. Today, after these years of research i finally have found my way to represent the strong connection i have with nature, with the landscape; the extreme panoramas are the language that I have sewn to myself, a choice sometimes uncomfortable (you have to consider the elements in front of, on the side and behind the point of shooting, often you can not shoot), but that gives me a way to express the immense beauty of what surrounds us, trying to inspire those who follow me to travel, to be curious, to respect and appreciate every scenario that nature, generous, gives us.