This is how I pictured Mars when I was a child.
These images have been taken in a summer in Iceland.
The sensation of being alone and at the edge of a lost world is clear.
It’s easy to find the limit of different spectrums: the spectrum of temperature with the frozen wind blowing from Greenland and the North Pole and the heat of the geysers and the spectrum of sound with the thunderous noise of glacial rivers and the silence of the volcanic desert. The Kubrick’s 2001 A Space Odyssey could have been played here.
No trees are allowed and we are simply tourists. Ready to get there, to take a picture and to come back to Earth.