It has been cold for the past few weeks. More or less minus 5 to 20 celsius. The day is short which means going somewhere to photograph is a hit and run project. After two or three hours the light is gone.
We went to Myvatn in white conditions. Everything was white and we had not much hope for a colorful sunset. In Hverarond near Namaskard mountain the colors did show up. The beautiful thing is that when the sun is setting in the north in January the light is only visible in a fraction of the sky.
We had a good time shooting the winter world in the north for the past two days. The results can be seen in the “New photos” galleries at gudmann.is and gyda.is.