Sunrise in northern Iceland is indescribably vibrant, pulsating across the color spectrum, coalescing with the aurora’s shimmering purples and yellow-greens.
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20 thoughts on “Vibrant Skies”
These colors are great, and in some spot they seem to bleed into one another like in a watercolor painting. Very nice!
“spots” – sorry!
I think that just may have been a shaking camera hand in the early morning cold, but it seemed to work! 🙂
Beautiful entry this week, Stephanie. That sunrise must have been like standing under a stained glass panel that stretched from horizon to horizon. Wow.
It was stupendous–just me and a whole lot of Icelandic sheep under easily an hour’s worth of blazing colors.
Good one. You made me laugh….after a week of being sick. Well played.
Wow! Words fail me, stunning sunset.
I was thunderstruck by Iceland’s skies.
Vibrant, vivid, gorgeous–all of the above.
Impressive and beautiful!
Thank you! I can’t take much credit–but for waking up on time…..
Stunning✨reminds me of sunsets in the north west of Scotland💕
I really must get back to Scotland!
You certainly captured a shot that certainly meets the requirements this week. Beautiful!