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The Iceland Photo Series by Hlaus is Artful and Serene

By: Jana Pijak - Published: • References: flickr & butdoesitfloat
The Iceland photo series by Hlaus is entitled 'Olaf Stapledon, Last and First Men'. The stunning pictorial is reminiscent of outdoor landscapes painted in oil. This photo series proves artful and serene with scenes that seem to stand alone, bringing a viewer in and narrating a personal story.

The beautiful captures of Iceland showcase the land's untouched natural beauty. Photographer Hlaus captures remote areas that seem empty of people and animals. These peaceful areas give individuals a different sense of the present-day world. With environmental issues on the rise, one seldom finds similar areas to the ones photographed in Iceland.

The quiet and painterly nature of the photographs is not only artful, but very powerful. Hills and mountains resemble brush strokes on a canvas, exuding an undeniable beauty and a stoic silence that speaks louder than words. Stats for Painterly Landscape Captures Trending: Older & Mild
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