I have a mild to medium obsession with all things related to the homeland of Björk. It is a country of extreme contrasts—a place where fire and ice co-exist, where the Aurora Borealis meets summer’s midnight sun. It is next on my list of far away lands to visit and things like this breathtaking time-lapse video from photographer Joe Capra fuel that desire. Made over 17 essentially sleepless days in June, Capra shot 38,000 images and traveled 2900 miles across the spectacular landscape capturing Iceland’s amazingly vivid colors, unusual shapes and beautiful light.
By Hannah F
Senior Art Director