Night Time Rainbow at Skógafoss
I’ve often pointed out the eternal rainbow by Skógafoss in countless other pictures. However, this is the first time I see a night time rainbow by it. You can see that this image is taken at night, because it also sports a aurora borealis in the starry sky. I once camped right in front of the waterfall and tried to capture some night photos, but came nothing close to this. Stéphane Vetter however had great success when he traveled to Iceland this October and took many excellent photos such as this one.
He captured the photo with a very long exposure, thus catching the otherwise invisible spectrum of faint aurora and moon light in the waterfall’s spray. One of his other amazing photos is that of the aurora over Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in Iceland. That photo was actually featured on the Daily Mail.