GUEST PHOTOGRAPHER: Bjarki Markússon
(The title word fé means sheep, and also money)
This photo is just so gorgeous and so appropos of today's wild weather on the Lava Rock somehow!
Bjarki, a trained photographer and creator of groovydirty electro, among other things, writes:
The story behind the photo. This picture was taken in September at Skeiðaréttum in Skeiða-og Gnúpverjahreppi. This is when all the sheeps are rounded up after the summer. Each sheep is marked with a tag and is then found by its owner. I took my kids there and I try to go every year. This picture is taken while I'm on my knees with my arms around my 3 year old daughter so the sheep don't run her down. The view is from her perspective.
I personally adore the composition and the colors in this shot, and knowing the stories about our guest photographer's photos always makes them even more alive.
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Posted by Iceland Eyes on November 11, 2013