Lupine near Seydisfjördur at Midnight 2
Seydisfjördur Fjord is nestled between Mt. Bjólfur (1085m) and Strandartindur (1010m). The charming village of Seydisfjördur (same name as the fjord) sits at the end of the waterway. In summer, daylight never ends, but the magic hour can last for several hours. In late June and July, lupine bloom along the slopes of these mountains and seem to tumble down into the cold waters. Seen here around midnight, these blue and purple wildflowers add an amazing touch to a beautiful night in east Iceland. Photo © copyright by Rob Greebon.