It's warm here in Upstate New York. Like really warm. Right now, it's 51 degrees. This entire week is forecast to be well above average. The warm, fair weather creates the perfect conditions to capture a sunset over a frozen body of water. Meltwater creates the perfect mirror to reflect the color of the day's last light. Winter is coming to an end and storm season is coming. Last night was only a beautiful reminder.
Introducing something new from Nor'easter Films, Heavy WX new project from Nor'easter Films that seeks to redefine the beauty of New England weather. Watch www.heavywx.com for updates and developments.
Svínafellsjökull | Iceland
Lava Field Sunset | Iceland
Space Junk | Northern Sky | Upstate New York
Svinafellsjokull | Iceland
On Location | Seljalandsfoss | Iceland
On-location Sunset | January 16, 2016/
Tomhannock Reservoir, Valley Falls, New York
Stillness | Iceland
Happy 2017 from Nor'easter Films!
Two unnamed peaks under the Southern Iceland Milky Way.
The basalt towers of Vik, Iceland reflected in a tidal marsh of the North Atlantic.
On-location | Seljalandsfoss | Iceland
Setting up camp under the vast Southern Iceland night sky. Vik, Iceland
Seljalandsfoss is the most iconic waterfall in Iceland. Glacial melt from volcano glacier Eyjafjallajökull feeds this 197 foot waterfall.
Sunset over the calving face and meltwater lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull Glacier in Southern Iceland.
Meltwater Sunset | Svínafellsjökull | Iceland
The blue glacial ice of Svínafellsjökull is a record of geologic time dating as far back as 2,500 years.