Wild inspiration in Borgarfjörður

Designer  ride   A group of designers, architects and gallery owners left the office during four days to go horse riding in the Icelandic wilderness.    By Camilla Alfthan  Photos Steinunn     The dramatic landscapes were always an inspiration to Iceland’s creative tribe. From the erupting vulcans and the rich palette of the fauna to […]

Gauge one and ears pricking out

Back tracked

  Kalle’s caviar    All images courtesy of Kalle Gustafsson   “I tend to focus on the big picture of work and avoid being bogged down by too much contemplation – I prefer moving forward,” says the Swedish photographer , Kalle Gustafsson, who is perhaps best known for his strong images for the Swedish betting […]

Iceland revisited

  Cool   operators   Landscapes that are shaped by vulcanos and earthquakes are among Iceland’s strongest features – just as its horses as they go back to the island’s first settlers over a thousand years ago.   By Camilla Alfthan, photos Atli Thor Alfredsson     Horse Island is an apt description of tiny Iceland […]

A summer evening in the Icelandic countryside

White turf in St. Moritz

  Racing on   ice     What started as a bet over a hundred years ago has become the biggest event in the Swiss Alps  – the White Turf in St. Moritz.   By Camilla Alfthan   To some it is the most beautiful race meeting in the world where thoroughbreds speed by spectators […]

Unusual settings