Cloudy skies mirrored in the Bolivian salt flats of Salar de Uyuni.
Photographer: Michael Kittell.
Unkai Terrace is located atop a mountain peak on the island of Hokkaido in Japan, offering tourists breathtaking views of clouds floating below. Unkai (meaning sea of clouds) is a very rare natural phenomenon, usually only seen under certain weather conditions. On clear days, you have to take a gondola ride up to the terrace early in the morning to catch the clouds in action.
In this collection Italian photographer Massimo Margagnoni guides the spectator in far and hidden places in Norway and Iceland. His photography expresses the evolution of Nature and climate change in the relationship with the human being and the different aspects. Margagnoni has won numerous awards in major international competitions and has been published in National Geographic.