Iceland in Winter and the Aurora Borealis
Date: 09th - 17th January 2016
Iceland is incredible at any time of year but through the winter months when the landscape is transformed by a covering of snow and ice it becomes even more spectacular than ever. Frozen waterfalls, beaches littered with icebergs, snow covered volcanoes and mountains and of course Aurora Borealis will be the highlights of the tour.
The first three days will be spent on the West Coast of Iceland at Snaefellsnes. Based at Grundarfjordur we are perfectly positioned to photograph all of the peninsular, especially the iconic Kirkjufell mountain. This wizard hat shaped mountain is incredibly photogenic and we may get lucky enough to see the mountain covered in snow. There are many ways to photograph the mountain, but the most special is probably during the evenings under a clear sky with Aurora Borealis overhead.
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Post By Charlie Waite