As the nights are getting brighter here in Iceland, the aurora season is drawing to a close. The darkness required to witness the Aurora Borealis is already limited to a few hours per night and this will keep shrinking even more, until June 21st, when it's not dark at all during the nights. But that means we get to see the beautiful midnight sun and its vibrant colors. That's definitely a great replacement until we see the lights again at the end of August.
That said... Attached are some of the Northern Lights shots I took (and that I published to Instagram already) during the past season. I hope that the next season will be a bit better (weather-wise). Because of the exceptionally warm winter we had here, there was a lot of rain and clouds preventing us to see the lights more than usual.