“This series of landscapes were shot in Akureyri, the biggest town in northern Iceland. Located approximately 100 kilometers south of the polar circle, in a fjord that opens onto the sea of Greenland, it is isolated and far removed from the capital Reykjavik. The climate in December, the time of the year these images were made, prompts its inhabitants into a domestic retreat”.
– Cold Cold Ground, Pascal Fellonneau (2005)
What is the worst mode of transportation? The plane. Are you aware of any conspiracies? I am. What should be the next animal to be domesticated? The dog. On a scale of one to ten, how much do you trust your closest friends? Five. Do you believe in world peace? No. Could you own a gun? I already own two hunting guns (from inheritance).
A quick exchange with French photographer Pascal Fellonneau.