The Dark and Eerie Winter of Iceland.

Sodium Sun 19a. Mosfellsbær, Iceland, 2012
Winter in Iceland is relentlessly dark.
Most Icelanders experience it under the constant glow of streetlights.
As an American who moved to Iceland in 2007, I was struck by how well-lit Reykjavík was compared with New York City.
The small city was far brighter than any other I had visited.
For each image in this series, called Sodium Sun, I’ve given the title a number, which tells the viewer how many streetlights are in the frame.
Image Credit: Photograph by Stuart Richardson.
See more Images via Darkest hours: Iceland’s eerie winter – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

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