Enceladus

In the Greek Mythology Mount Etna’s eruptions were said to be the breath of Enceladus, a giant buried under the volcano, and its tremors to be caused by him rolling over from side to side beneath the mountain. A Saturn’s moon was named after it.

I shot this series last summer in Mt Etna, Sicily, I went couple of times hiking in this beautiful landscape until I got the perfect combination of time and weather. The feeling of being lost in a moon and to be above a giant prisoner (because of the noise and smokes of the volcano) never felt so real.. so I named the series Enceladus.

Elias  Amari eliasamari.com

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