The abandoned cove of Húsavík lies in Iceland‘s remote east (and is not to be confused with the thriving village in Iceland‘s north that bears the same name). The lone church was built circa 1937.
I was born and raised in Goa. My photographic interests lie in landscapes, architecture, portraiture, street life, culture, religion, and photojournalism. Places that I find particularly inspiring are Goa, Iceland, and California.
I have photographed extensively in my homeland Goa, recording its surviving heritage and its sui generis ethos. I have documented the destruction of Goa's environment and its rapid slide into the ugliness and urban chaos that characterize today's India.
Over the past several years, I have traveled widely all over Iceland, to many of its remote areas, in an ongoing project to express my personal interpretation of its landscape.
I am also a musician, and have a lifelong association with the musical traditions of India. I live in California and spend extended time in Goa.
Photo credit: Sanjeev Trivedi
© 2013 Rajan P. Parrikar
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