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Icelandic highlights

Polarlicht (aurora) was a highlight of my Iceland trip, but there were many others. If it wasn’t such an expensive country, I’d be back there on a regular basis!

Aurora Borealis, Iceland, September 2018



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 2 January 2020

Posted as part of January Squares

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    • Have a great trip.
      1) Northern Lights are wonderful but all you can do is cross your fingers. There are apps (such as Aurora Forecast) that will give you warning of likely onset of Northern Lights – use something like that and talk to locals to make sure you don’t miss it if it happens. 2) Go well prepared with layers of clothing so that you can spend time outside whatever the weather. 3) Do research in advance so that you know what you want to see, or get a good guide.

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  1. Surreal. I’ve always fancied visiting Iceland and these fabulous pictures underline why. You were so fortunate to be able to witness this and we are fortunate to share it with you through your pictures.


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