This is the shot that got me personally really fired up, taken eight years ago now, this is now a pretty famous point, in reality it is very pretty and has drawn a lot of people to Iceland, but it’s a bit fat, and always a little windy so probably not worth the drive. But form a photographers point of view ultra scenic, only thing is, I can’t find a shot of the place without any plastic in it, in fact the whole north coast of Iceland is powered by plastic. Why is this particularly shocking? Because it’s so remote, so out of regular ocean currents that it means more than anything we have saturated our oceans with rubbish.
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