An extremely colorful spectacle in the Icelandic night sky, it is a unique phenomenon that appears and disappears suddenly. Observing the aurora borealis is a good idea over several night hours, as its intensity can increase several times during the night. This night in the south of Iceland, on the Reykjanes peninsula, it did just that. The aurora covered the entire sky, and its intense flashes of color were visible even over the southern horizon.
Author of the photo: Marzena Rogozińska