The light in Iceland can be exquisite year-round. From mid-November to early February, the sun hovers close to the horizon and a long twilight bookends the day. Pink, reddish hues suffuse the landscape with an otherworldly glow characteristic of this sub-Arctic island. Likewise, during peak summer the low midnight sun sings its own symphony of soft honeyed tones. The range of this soul-purifying visual experience will absorb us in this series. (Introduction from the inaugural post.)
Scenes felt and enjoyed last month in Skagafjörður, North Iceland are the subject of this installment.
The Light in Iceland collection.
Local farm boy Julien was out as well with his drone.