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'Primordial Landscapes' Echo Nature’s Power

Iceland is a small country, about one quarter larger than Ireland or about the size of the U.S. state of Ohio. It sits on the edge of the Arctic Circle in the North Atlantic. Most of its 300,000 people live in or around the capital, Reykjavik. But through the skilled eye of landscape photographer Feodor Pitcarin, Iceland appears like an isolated planet from another galaxy. The raw beauty of this tiny windswept nation is the subject of a new photo exhibit. There are no people in the...

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