Tag Archives: Iceland

Aurora and Panoramas

Some final images while I am home making edits. Here are some aurora shots from March 9, 2014. The weather was playing games with me: first totally overcast then clear… wait five minutes and repeat the cycle. As I was … Continue reading

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Glaciers and Waterfalls

March 7th. After not getting a whole lot of sleep this past night, the daytime looked just spectacular, and I wanted to get into the southeastern part of the island to see some of the more prominent and famous geology: … Continue reading

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Nights of Snow, Ice and Aurora

In the town of Laki, there are few people: LOW population. This means low light pollution and many mountains for protection. The weather? Wait five minutes and it ranges from extremely windy with freezing rain to clear-as-a-bell. A number of … Continue reading

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Did Somebody Say Geysers?

First full day in the country and time to explore away from the city. Travel to destination #1, the region of the North American and Eurasian Plates separation. What else could be more intriguing geologically? This is where the two … Continue reading

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Of Summits and Geysers

Still day one and in Reykjavik: where to go and what to see? Why not just cruise into town and see the sites? Yep! Exactly! First stop, downtown near the water…. first stop, the site of the old French consulate, … Continue reading

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