Tag Archives: Mývatn

The solitary Rowan. A lone Rowan stands refulgent on a carpet of colour in the Mývatn area of north Iceland. It is as if someone played Holi here. This is the first in a new series devoted to the colours of the very brief Icelandic Fall.    

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An evening to remember. The iconic table mountain Sellandafjall in north Iceland is a personal favourite of mine. My friend Kristinn Ingi Péturson and I spent a blissful autumn evening two years ago on the banks of Sandvatn, captivated by the play of light on the mountain.         Our location made possible […]

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Celestial dramas. The total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, will be visible in the USA with the footprint of totality ranging across several states. A room at a basic motel in Casper, Wyoming, has just become available for $2500 (parking is free). Make Eclipses Great Again! My one, and thus far only, experience of […]

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