Australian photographer William Patino’s short time in the photography world has made a big impact.
The young artist, who currently resides in Wollongong, Australia, began to pursue photography in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since.
After working as a tradesman for over 8 years, the shift in careers was drastic, yet Patino hit the ground running and has managed to build a name for himself in the industry, working for various clients including Tourism Australia, Flight Centre, and Apple.
Recently, Patino took a 10-day journey to explore Iceland, and was blown away by the rugged beauty of the country’s natural landscape.
The trip refreshed the young artist, as he wandered the country and captured some stunning images of the awe-inspiring natural beauty of our earth.
Given it’s size, Iceland had a fairly low density of people, with a population of just over 300,000.
Known for it’s dramatic volcanoes, geysers, and hot springs, the country has an untouched and raw quality that Patino’s landscape shots accurately portray.
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