A few more views of the northern lights from various sites in Iceland.
An unfortunate trick of evolution is that human color vision degrades significantly in the dark. Seeing the green and purple glow of the aurora generally requires either very good night color vision – which not everyone has – or a very dark night. It helps to get out of town and to resist the urge to check your cell phone.
Cameras don’t work the same way and can capture the lights in all their glory even when it’s not totally dark. Thanks for letting me share their magic with you!
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