Andre Ermolaev’s passion for photography began in his seventh year of school when his parents gave him a camera. The self-taught photographer’s enigmatic aerial shots of Iceland’s landscapes have been featured in the likes of FastCompany and the Huffington Post. At first glance his photos look like abstract paintings when in reality they are images of rivers flowing through Iceland’s black volcanic ash beds, molten lava and green meadows.
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