Lightbeam across the heavens. Seen on a full moon night in Hvestudalur in the Westfjords of Iceland. PS: My preferred spelling is “sabre.” But what the hell, let’s Make American Spelling Great Again.
Tag Archives: Northern Lights
Aurora Borealis. I have become blasé about photographing the Northern Lights. It takes now a compelling foreground and an equally compelling intensity in the heavens to get me excited. A few days ago in Mývatn (north Iceland), we had finished dinner when we espied a faint flicker in the skies. Soon there were intense plumes […]
Sólheimasandur, Iceland: A glacial outwash plain on a freezing, pitch dark night; the ghostly carcass of an aircraft squeaking in the wind; the dance of the Aurora in the heavens; the relentless roar of the North Atlantic at your back. The frisson experienced in this setting is unforgettable. The wreckage was light-painted with a torch […]