Fascinated by its volcanoes and geysers, I've wanted to go to Iceland since I was a child. I was inspired by Simon Roberts' book Motherland and the film Nialbni, especially by the country's colors and atmosphere during the winter time. The idea was to travel alone around Iceland by car during the coldest, gloomiest time, when the sun is up for less than five and a half hours during the day. I guess I was the only "tourist" in the country at that time. I wanted to document how the people cope with their everyday lives in these conditions. Instead, I was struck by the beautiful, bleak, raw and simple landscapes that perfectly described my feelings.
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