25 Jul No Man’s Land by Davide Calafa
‘We live in a fast-paced society and walking slows us down. Nature never hurries. A six-day hike with my friends is a time warp. There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm. It will be a unique experience to feel life in another dimension. Iceland is a place that still is ruled by the strong nature, surrounded by the ocean and his creature, a place that doesn’t belong to any man.’ – Davida Calafa
Photographer and filmmaker Davide Calafa shot this short film in Iceland to try to explain the sensation of feeling small and astonished within nature. The film can be seen in outdoor film festivals around the globe.