Ingjaldsholskirkja (yes I also haven’t got the faintest clue how to pronounce that), Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland.
Having stopped off at some stunning sea cliffs on the Snæfellsnes peninsula for sunset, Conor (fellow photographer & traveller) and I continued our drive round to the tip of the peninsula as darkness fell. Being our first trip to Iceland, we didn’t really know what to expect, besides keeping an eye out for the famous Kirkjufell.
With blue hour setting in we spotted this lone church just off the main road, wonderfully framed by the massive Snæfellsjökull glacier in the background, & made a stop to grab a few quick shots.
I'd never seen the northern lights before. I'd heard that they were meant to be amazing, but nothing quite prepared me for what I saw that night.
Dance of the heavens. Is this the best sight to fall asleep to? I think it's a front-runner.