Olstind lights - Yesterday night a hope became reality for our workshop participants and us - despite the poor predictions we were able to spot Northern lights at three disting locations from 6:00 pm to 1:00 am the next morning. This panorama was taken right outside our fisher huts where we stay during our workshop, and for me it was the last shot during this night. The mountains were lit by three quarters of a moon in my back.

Olstind lights - Yesterday night a hope became reality for our workshop participants and us - despite the poor predictions we were able to spot Northern lights at three disting locations from 6:00 pm to 1:00 am the next morning. This panorama was taken right outside our fisher huts where we stay during our workshop, and for me it was the last shot during this night. The mountains were lit by three quarters of a moon in my back.

Aurora lights  forcast for Iceland

Aurora lights forcast for Iceland

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The best Northern Lights forecasts in the world

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