I’m continuing editing images to do another book on images from Iceland from my trips with Lulu, and there’s so many great images as in the past I’ve only really edited a few images at most from each set.
On one day we found a field of lupins, with that other icon of Iceland, a Lutheran church in the background. We were there quite a bit of time as we had to wait for walkers to pass by, and I think I’ve only really edited two images from the set previously.
I’ve edited quite a few images, and it made me realise how like Bluebells in the UK it’s really difficult to maintain a consistent colour between images, as even if I set the same white balance the colour of the flowers change subtlety, that’s what I love about natural light. No matter, nobody know the precise colour they were, and as long as they look right in each image then it’s a creative decision.
So, here are the images, now I’ve just got to decide which ones to include in the book!
Many thanks to Lulu, and I’m hoping to return to Iceland in the future, when we are allowed.