Amazing Aurora Images

These AURORA-inspiring images perfectly capture the stunning light displays of the Northern Lights dancing across the sky above Iceland. Skarphedinn Thrainsson snapped the amazing images after driving over an hour from his home in Iceland’s capital Reykjavik in the vain hope of seeing the natural phenomenon. And after patiently sitting in the Thingvellir National Park for four hours, Skarphedinn was able to take these spectacular shots on Sunday.

These AURORA-inspiring images perfectly capture the stunning light displays of the Northern Lights dancing across the sky above Iceland. Skarphedinn Thrainsson snapped the amazing images after driving over an hour from his home in Iceland's capital Reykjavik in the vain hope of seeing the natural phenomenon. And after patiently sitting in the Thingvellir National Park for four hours, Skarphedinn was able to take these spectacular shots on Sunday.

These AURORA-inspiring images perfectly capture the stunning light displays of the Northern Lights dancing across the sky above Iceland. Skarphedinn Thrainsson snapped the amazing images after driving over an hour from his home in Iceland's capital Reykjavik in the vain hope of seeing the natural phenomenon. And after patiently sitting in the Thingvellir National Park for four hours, Skarphedinn was able to take these spectacular shots on Sunday.

These AURORA-inspiring images perfectly capture the stunning light displays of the Northern Lights dancing across the sky above Iceland. Skarphedinn Thrainsson snapped the amazing images after driving over an hour from his home in Iceland's capital Reykjavik in the vain hope of seeing the natural phenomenon. And after patiently sitting in the Thingvellir National Park for four hours, Skarphedinn was able to take these spectacular shots on Sunday.

These AURORA-inspiring images perfectly capture the stunning light displays of the Northern Lights dancing across the sky above Iceland. Skarphedinn Thrainsson snapped the amazing images after driving over an hour from his home in Iceland's capital Reykjavik in the vain hope of seeing the natural phenomenon. And after patiently sitting in the Thingvellir National Park for four hours, Skarphedinn was able to take these spectacular shots on Sunday.