Franck Ferville travelled the roads of southeastern Island to discover a territory with unique landscapes.
This island state is known throughout the world for its traditions, deserts and nature, but it is also one of the few places in the world where you can see the Northern Lights. Air, water and land shape the Icelandic landscape, which in winters, subjected to cold and glaciers, sometimes becomes invisible, covered by clouds of vapours.
The photographer travelled along Route 42, capturing images of a nature with singular colours. On the Raykjanes peninsula, which borders lakes Kleifarvatn and Graenvatn, there are many hot springs such as the Blue Lagoon. Famous for its crystal-clear waters, this huge open-air swimming pool heated by a geothermal power plant is an artificial creation that was built on a volcanic area.