A geothermal pool at the edge of the earth, Krossneslaug was built at the end of the road that services the Strandir coast of Iceland, the most remote area of the country. Some 70 miles from the nearest town, the 100-degree water coupled with the feeling of isolation and peace is truly serene.
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I'm a Los Angeles-based architectural and interiors photographer with a background in digital art and sculpture. I enjoy combining my mixed backgrounds and my love of design, minimalism, and surrealism in my fine art photography to create imagery that feels tangible and lifelike, yet also otherworldly.