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A collection of aerial and landscape photographs made during several colourful summer nights deep in the Icelandic highlands.

In the early summer of last year, I set out with my friend Gabor Nagy to spend a weekend exploring the southern region of the Icelandic highlands. The mountain roads had finally been declared open for the summer and the weather conditions had been exceptional in the whole country the weeks before. Because of this, we were very hopeful to experience some exceptional conditions in the Fjallabak area. It turned out to be a weekend beyond even our wildest expectations. All of these photographs were made in a two-day period.

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As an independent nature photographer, I partially rely on your financial support to keep producing worthwhile content such as blogs, photographs, books and much more. If you want to support my work, it is possible to do so by buying my e-books & books, calendars or prints. In return you get to enjoy a beautiful book or artwork.

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Jeroen Van Nieuwenhove

Jeroen Van Nieuwenhove is an award-winning Belgian nature photographer who specialises in photographing wildlife and landscapes with great passion. He has been living in Iceland since 2016, using it as his base to explore and capture the raw beauty of the land of fire and ice and the Arctic region in its entirety.

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