Pascal Fellonneau

Pascal Fellonneau, Akureyi, Iceland, 2005

Pascal Fellonneau's images reveal a different side of Iceland to the quasi-lunar scapes that we are used to seeing from this extraordinarily beautiful and strange country. The sweeping vistas are still there, but he focuses more on the details of how people live on this island. His images are crisp with eye-popping colours and people are pretty scarce. They made me think of an abandoned toy-town (which may well be the case given Iceland's recent financial woes) with only a few passers-by left coming through.