This project aim to show the connection between glaciers and the importances they have to shape the landscape. Glaciers nowadays are being affected by climate changes and it can be very negative for the animals that lives connected with such habitats. Different rivers in Iceland have huge importance for the food chain because they bring nutrients to the ocean and allow different species, as whales, to live because of that. Icelanders also believe that modern structures can taking the concept of 72 dwarves who represent the seasons in the world from the poem they are inspired, among other symbolic queues. In this time of the history humanity reached the hottest climate temperatures causing ice-melting. I want to show how different landscapes can be useful for animals and beautiful for the eyes just because the water shape it. Can you imagine a world without glaciers? This serie collect images taken from Italy to Iceland.
Matteo Redaelli, landscape photographer, born in Milan, 1992.