Husavik Lupine at Midnight 1
Along the shores of Skjálfandi Bay, the little village of Husavik rests near the north Atlantic Ocean not far from the Arctic Circle. The summer nights are long and sunset can be pretty amazing. Here, blue lupine, called Nootka lupine, fill the slopes in late June and July. This wildflower image was taken around midnight and attempts to capture the beauty of this area. Photo © copyright by Rob Greebon.