Reykjavik by Sunset

It is not often that one is truly awed by their natural surroundings in today’s world. We are well-travelled, both digitally and physically, and hard to shock. In a world where the capital cities are being perpetually gentrified, their narratives constantly rewritten and commodified, it seems we gain, at a young age, a certain deafness to the ways that the organic landscape can cause you to marvel entirely unabashedly.

Iceland is probably one of the few places that one can travel and experience a feeling of the sublime. All perspective is completely altered; the mountainous setting dwarfs you. content contributor Sam Clarke takes us on a photographic journey through Iceland at twilight, documenting the finite daylight of late November.