Water in the Eye

Water in the Eye

 

On a cold morning walk on the Reykjanes peninsula, I found one of the many rock piles scattered all over Iceland commonly referred to as ‘Cairn’. Due to strong wind, rain was pouring straight onto the camera lens and while trying to compose the image I kept my hand closely over the lens hood. As a result, lens condensation occurred on the glass surface and when I pulled my hand away rain immediately started hitting the foggy glass. This foggy and wet scene was therefore captured through a foggy and wet camera lens, which helped to visualise the atmosphere of the place.