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When filmmaker Rodrigue El Hajj told us that he captured the footage for this short film while traveling for eight days in Iceland, we didn't believe him—it's impossible that anyone could see so much of a country in such a short amount of time. Then again, it's Iceland, where adventure is infinite, and beauty is everywhere. As Hajj wrote, “It's like the whole island is alive, breathing.” You can follow more of Hajj's work here and on Instagram here.