The John Lennon memorial, the Imagine Peace Tower, always looks impressive, but in cloudy weather it creates a highly visible halo of light where the beam hits the clouds. Here it competes for attention with a full moon peeping from behind the clouds and the streaks of light reflected in the water of the bay.
Here we have a different viewpoint, with the bright cloudlight cut off and some foreground details added:
Taken last Sunday night. One of the Sólfar’s ribs in the foreground.
Last night there was a nearly full moon and a favourable aurora borealis forecast, so I went on a photography excursion to lake Kleifarvatn to take some night photos. I knew I couldn’t rely on the aurora to show themselves (and they didn’t, at least not while I was there), but I had long wanted to photograph the lake in the moonlight. In the end, however, it wasn’t the lake that yielded the most interesting photos, but passing traffic and a car belonging to a fellow photographer I came across.
First the passing car:
Then the stationary car:
I have long known that using Auto Levels on a photograph with a limited range of colours can yield interesting and often surreal colour shifts in photos. Just look at what happened when I used it on the above photo:
(I like how the clouds ended up resembling aurora)