Simon Petroslav — artist, landscape photographer and tour guide from Bulgaria, who loves nature and traveling. In August 2015 he left his native city of Sofia with the intention to visit Iceland. But he decided not to use any plane, no trains, but getting there “on the chaise”.
“Hitchhiking, I traveled all over Europe and when we got to the UK, took a plane to Iceland, says Simon. — I spent two months alone in search of different perspectives, exploring their feelings and emotions, accepting the various small and big goals and trying to achieve them”.
The man at this time traveled more than 9,700 miles, sleeping in a tent, spend on themselves a day not more than 7 euros and enjoyed the beautiful nature, photographing its stunning views. Its splendor they can be compared only with the beauty of the emerald Isle.