Vestrahorn lights up under the Northern Lights as they dance across the Icelandic sky.
This is an absolutely magical experience! Vestrahorn is on the south west coast of Iceland. This mountain cascades into the North Atlantic Ocean. At high tide the ocean's waters surround the southern side of this mountain range. Add dancing Northern Lights to this scene and you've got a recipe for absolute beauty.
The Palmer Lake Star has been part of the town's history since 1935. The star's story goes back to the depression era. It was built to "inspire hope and prosperity" to weary travelers. Today I think it still achieves this lofty goal.
The expansive night sky shines brightly over a lightning storm in Badlands National Park. It took a while looking at this image to really understand the full meaning of it and how it puts perspective on life, the world, and the universe.
There is nothing quite like the Aurora Borealis. It is simply amazing to watch the ribbons of light as they gracefully dance across the sky. The snow covered mountain is a different view of Vestrahorn Mountain. It is one of the many photogenic destinations on the south eastern coast of Iceland.