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Photography: ‘Iceland’ by The Crackhouse.

By Musicforhair
Photography: ‘Iceland’ by The Crackhouse.

Iceland Series

”The Crackhouse’ is Bern based artist and musician (The Tides) Mirco Brunner.

‘Iceland’ is a series of natural landscapes which can be seen in full here.

Photography: ‘Iceland’ by The Crackhouse.

Iceland Series

 

Photography: ‘Iceland’ by The Crackhouse.

Iceland Series

Photography: ‘Iceland’ by The Crackhouse.

Iceland Series

All work by The Crackhouse

www.thecrackhouse.mx.tc


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