Northern Lights Storm in Iceland

This short film, Eye of the Storm is set in Iceland. Storms of all kinds form in Iceland with, sand, ash, snow, rain and solar being the most common. Storms often demonstrate the power of nature and its effects on our planet Earth. Natures mystery is unveiled when we see the landscapes created from They reveal nature’s beauty and its hand in creating the landscapes visible today. This compilation was filmed in Iceland between February and March of 2014 when a phenomenal solar flare and coronal mass ejection collided with Earth’s atmosphere. The northern lights emanating from particles colliding with the atmosphere are just supernatural in appearance. Enjoy!

Churchill Photos of the Week – After the Storm

Alex De Vries – Magnifico took these awesome wave shots of the Hudson Bay in Churchill after the recent blizzard slammed the region. Winds up to 80 kilometers per hour were stirring up the water with ferocious results. During the heart of the polar bear season, this storm has churned up the Hudson Bay to a mighty froth. I have been on the water with big rollers but nothing close to this action. You can envision how travel on the Hudson Bay for early mariners and explorers was during the early days of ship travel. What an experience with the added stress of ice forming in the fall and being stranded through the Arctic winter.

Hudson Bay waves Churchill

Waves on the Hudson Bay after the storm. Alex De Vries – Magnifico photo.


Hudson Bay waves in Churchill

Hudson Bay turmoil after a winter storm. Alex De Vries -Magnifico photo.


Hudson bay waves in Churchill

The Hudson Bay all stirred up in Churchill. Alex De Vries – Magnifico photo.


Waves crashing in the Hudson Bay Churchill, Manitoba

Hudson Bay waves crashing along Churchill shore. Alex De Vries – Magnifico photo.


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