Iceland Visuals

The changing weather in Iceland is challenging for photographing outdoor. If you are lucky, you might see the sun for a matter of minutes and inevitably the rain or snow will come along like a bang. As the locals would say, 'if you don't like the weather, just wait 5 minutes.' 

 Black sand beach at Vik, South Iceland.

Black sand beach at Vik, South Iceland.

 Black sand beach at Vik looking west towards Dyrhólaey, South Iceland.

Black sand beach at Vik looking west towards Dyrhólaey, South Iceland.

 Svartifoss or Black Waterfall at Skaftafell, South Iceland. The hanging hexagonal basalt columns on the sides resembles the wings of angel.

Svartifoss or Black Waterfall at Skaftafell, South Iceland. The hanging hexagonal basalt columns on the sides resembles the wings of angel.

 Northern Lights at  Jökulsárlón, South Iceland.

Northern Lights at Jökulsárlón, South Iceland.

Shimeji Mushroom

Shimeji (シメジ) is a group of edible mushrooms native to East Asia. Shimeji is rich in umami tasting compounds such as guanylic acid, glutamic acid, and aspartic acid. It should always be cooked rather than veing served raw due to its bitter taste.

~ Wiki

Artimot

I had the pleasure of making the portrait of Phillip Toesev at Artimot Studio a little while back.

Phillip can be described as a multi-disciplinary artist and he is involved in graphic design, industrial design, computer animation and product design. The imagery below is on one of Artimot Studio's creative categories - leather product.

If you are interested in the leather products from Artimot, check out the One of A Kind online shop.

CONTACT Photography Festival in the Junction

f11project is proud to present 'Makros' by Louis Au at Kingsway Chiropractic Centre in the Junction

Opening Reception: May 3rd, 2014.  6 - 9 PM
Kingsway Chiropractic Centre in the Junction
3021 Dundas Street West, Toronto M6P 1Z4

About this series: Makros

In this series of photographs, Louis explores the world of texture with everyday natural organic objects via macrophotography.

The beautiful natural patterns and arrangements on ordinary fruits and vegetables are presented with a twist. The vegetables and fruits captured up close reveal intimate textures and intricate design only nature can offer.

The show is part of the CONTACT Photography Festival in the Junction and runs from May 1st - 30th, 2014.