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من بلاد العجائب: تشكيلات جليدية بديعة في آيسلندا

قد تعتقد في الوهلة الأولى أنك أمام معرض من معارض الفن السيريالي،و لكن هذه الصور هي مشاهد واقعية للأنهار الجليدية في آيسلندا ،التقطتها كاميرا  المصور الفرنسي إيمانويل كوبيه كالوميريس من على 3،000 قدم في الهواء،و تظهر الصور الرمال السوداء البركانية و جبالاً من الجليد تتنوع أشكالها وتموجاتها مشكلة لوحات فنية مبهرة،فسبحان من خلقها وسواها وجعلها آية من آياته في الأرض.
ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

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للإشارة تشكل الجبال الجليدية 30 في المائة من مساحة هذه الجزيرة و التي تضم كثيراً من العجائب الطبيعية التي تجعل منها عاصمة العالم في التصوير الفوتوغرافي. وإليكم المزيد من الصور المدهشة للتشكيلات الجليدية البديعة:

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

ICELAND WILDERNESS: Pictures of Iceland’s river system from above. Like a scene from a sci-fi movie you could be mistaken for thinking you are looking at an alien planet.  However these pictures were in fact taken right here on Earth.  From around 3,000feet-high above the landscape, these pictures show the view of Southern Iceland’s river system.  Abstract lines and contours of the volcanic black sands and icy waters make for amazing visual spectacle that could fool any observer into thinking these were images from foreign worlds. French photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris (39) described his expedition of Iceland from above.

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