My days are dark. In Reykjavik, the world’s northernmost capital, we move from one black space to another. Snow falls, hail is intermittent, wind howls, clouds part and soar, sometimes there is rain, and always there is the absence of light.
I’d been warned and promised of this phenomenon—a life with little daylight. And now, with winter solstice hours away, I am compelled to share it with you. Following is my day in hourly photographs. Breathtakingly beautiful scenery, grey and pink shades of sky, cozy nooks, nature, and lots of darkness. . .
(first real light was about 10:35, this followed shortly after)
12 PM– HIGH NOON