if seeing the #aurora is on your #bucketlist, like it was mine, just be prepared to not see them as you have on social media. while still a #magical occurrence, they can be elusive and difficult to see with the n***d eye, so one must have patience!
the first 2 nights of our trip had canceled tours...and on this night, it took multiple stops in cold weather to see a milky white formation in the night sky. it's the camera settings that picked up what you see here.
i'd love to hear other stories and experiences from what you did to see the or what you recommend when chasing them!
Yes this happened and yes i got to see it (on 19th august 2018).. special thanks to hodei, our tour guide and picture credits to paul from singapore... i've got no words to describe how magical it was! couldn't stop laughing and screaming and jumping.. couldn't believe my eyes.. couldn't get myself to sleep that day (was out until 3am anyway and the lights were still there) ... to this day it feels like a dream to me.. i miss #iceland.. i miss everything about my trip to that beautiful place.. the awesome people i met, the conversations we had, the experiences we shared, the food (fyi iceland is heaven even for vegetarians) we had.. everything.. if only i had enough money to be in iceland on a holiday forever lol #northernlights#auroraborealis#instanature#magical#ig_iceland#icelandwithaview#arcticadventures#solotravel#passionpassport#natgeo#natgeoyourshot#iloveiceland