Tjorsa - Iceland's longest river - it is a glacial river and its source is the Hofsjökull glacier, Iceland. The colors and patterns are created by glacial melt flowing through volcanic silt. Aerial image (shot taken from a plane at 1,000 feet).
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Jassen Todorovis an award winning photographer - his images have been published and featured by National Geographic, the Guardian, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror and Digital Photographer (UK), Wired, Weather Channel, NPhoto, PDN, Yahoo, Figaro, L'Obs and LaDepeche (France), News (Austria), Corriere della Sera (Italy), Dainik Bhaskar and Better Photography (India), China News Service, CCTV and Xinhua News (China), among others, and exhibited at the Chicago O’Hare International Airport (USA), Kuala Lumpur Publika (Malaysia), the Somerset House and the Heathrow Express, London. An active pilot and flight instructor, he specializes in aerial photography, featuring both popular and remote parts of the world. Recent awards include First Place in the 2016 Tokyo International Foto Awards, First Place in the 2016 Moscow International Foto Awards, Winner in the 2016 PDN World in Focus Awards, First Place in the 2015 International Photography Awards (New York) and Second Place in the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards-US Open Category (London). In August 2015, he served as a Guest Editor in the National Geographic's Your Shot From Above Assignment.