Kjartan Guðmundur is a landscape photographer Born and based in Iceland, Mostly known for his magnificent Aurora Borealis photography witch is his joy to photograph. His work has been shown in magazines, newspapers and more.
I fell when i stood on frosty rock under a ladder where we go over the rocks to the shore. My arm hit the stair and i had the camera in my hand. Both the camera and me were safe not a single scratch, Then i waded in my sneakers to get this shot. And i like it a lot
Garðskagi lighthouse is located in a small town Garður in Iceland, Just a few minute drive from the International airport if you have a bucket list of seeing the Northern Lights.
The violet fringing at the bottom of the curtains on the left is rarely seen and evenly more rarely photographed as the colour only lasts for 0.9 secs, and the aurora must be...
These are the lights of my life. Because this is where i live.
I stood by my car when a man comes up to me and asks, Is this a good place for seeing the Northern lights.
I'll show you i said. And i didn't stop until i had told him all the history about this place. And i think he flew very happy home the day after.
One shot from last Friday evening. I was driving around and decided to stop there and wait for some more aurora activity. While i was walking outside an tourguide with some people in his car stops by and ask if i got anything, I said yes but not so strong activity. I told him to give it a change and wait few minutes. Nah off they went and few minutes...