All images in this series are aerial photos of glacial streams, and rivers in Iceland. Those waters alive with motion and colors, usually divided into a great number of interlinked streams and flows that constantly change course and pickup different minerals from the Periodic Table laying below. Alive and colorful waters are running over the basaltic sands, ashed plains and lowlands finding their way down to the ocean.
Same concept is used for all pictures in this series: single frame is copied and mirrored. Then original and mirrored pictures are stitched together.
If you want to see an original image, please visually divide the canvas on two symmetric parts and then cover the left part with something. You will see the original photograph on the right.
Iceland. River. Aerial