Aurora at Grotta 05.09.2017

KP2 and no promising cloud forecast – but when we stepped out of the Northern Lights Center right after midnight, the sky above Reykjavik opened up… So we quickly headed to the closest dark spot, the lighthouse Grotta. Due to low tide we were able to take the walk to the island where the lighthouse is located on – and got some decent, but still pretty lights…

 

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