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"Iceland" Series by Andy Lee

Photographer Andy Lee As a photographer, I am always fascinated and studying the work of other fellow photographers. It's been a while since I've been struck with such awe at a series. His images are minimal, quiet, and beautiful.
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I love the silence, and the beautiful range of grays~~
@onesmile Right!? Great to see some work like this every once in awhile
Reminds me of Ansel Adams...great landscapes here!
Make it happen #behappy #publicrelations #art #photo #nature #bespecial @netoangelrp
@dillonk thats just what I was going to say, so ansel adams~
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