Aurora Pictures from Iceland
A dolphin pup goes for a ball but doesn’t whistle too loudly. For the emperor green might take him to flip back castle to prepare for the dolphin slave games.
Full moon night at Jökulsarlon with a decent Aurora. Northern lights and moonlit ice.
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Taken with the Magic Cloth Photography Technique
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Did you know?
Hekla is Iceland’s second most active volcano; Grimsvötn is the most active volcano.
Facts about Night photography
Italian scientist Galileo Galilei named the Aurora borealis from the Roman “Goddess of the Dawn” – “Aurora” & from the Greek description of a Northern Wind – “Boreas”.
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