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03/27/2024 03:05:06 PM · #1
ETA:
Planning is over a year out, with dates around Sept/Oct 2025.
Our guide would be one of the top aurora experts in Iceland. He recommended the Sept/Oct window.

Hey everyone,
I'd love to test the level of interest on a project I'm thinking of developing. This is especially geared toward my photographer friends, but certainly not limited to them.
One of my favorite things to photograph are abandoned things, and on my recent trip to Iceland, I noted some really fabulous ones. I know there are lots of folks who share this interest. I want to combine this "exurban" exploration with aurora photography for a small group, 5-day adventure in Iceland.
Please share this message with your friends and other photography groups, so I can gauge the level of interest.
(Image by Sarah Al-Sayegh)



Message edited by author 2024-03-27 17:11:15.
03/27/2024 03:29:21 PM · #2
That sounds fun!

I am cruising there (and to Greenland) and back in July... so I don't think I can swing another trip there any time soon.

I'm hoping people will do this, though... dream trip!
03/27/2024 03:46:44 PM · #3
probably can't afford it. But I'd be interested if there's a way of doing it cheaply!
03/27/2024 04:26:37 PM · #4
Oh, you have my attention!
I assume that if you are interested in auroras, you would be looking at times around the equinoxes?
03/27/2024 05:11:30 PM · #5
Originally posted by kirbic:

Oh, you have my attention!
I assume that if you are interested in auroras, you would be looking at times around the equinoxes?


Added info to the OP
03/27/2024 05:11:48 PM · #6
Originally posted by Lydia:

That sounds fun!

I am cruising there (and to Greenland) and back in July... so I don't think I can swing another trip there any time soon.

I'm hoping people will do this, though... dream trip!


It certainly is!
03/27/2024 05:12:15 PM · #7
Originally posted by vawendy:

probably can't afford it. But I'd be interested if there's a way of doing it cheaply!


I'll keep everyone updated once I finalize costs.
03/27/2024 09:13:19 PM · #8
I'm certainly interested but I doubt it would be doable for me :-(
03/27/2024 10:15:09 PM · #9
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

I'm certainly interested but I doubt it would be doable for me :-(

:(
04/08/2024 08:35:16 PM · #10
I was thinking of going next year, please keep me posted, thanks.
04/08/2024 10:54:44 PM · #11
Originally posted by rodneyg:

I was thinking of going next year, please keep me posted, thanks.


Will do!
04/11/2024 03:51:05 PM · #12
If you decide to create a trip for the 2026 or 2027 eclipse, let me know!
04/12/2024 12:54:31 AM · #13
Originally posted by colorcarnival:

If you decide to create a trip for the 2026 or 2027 eclipse, let me know!


Will do!
04/13/2024 12:52:13 AM · #14
Tempting. Keep me updated
04/14/2024 02:11:28 AM · #15
Originally posted by hajeka:

Tempting. Keep me updated


Definitely
04/14/2024 02:20:28 PM · #16
I typically take a vacation about that time of year. Interested in hearing more.
04/14/2024 03:56:35 PM · #17
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

I typically take a vacation about that time of year. Interested in hearing more.

Absolutely! Still in the logistics/feasibility phase. Will share more as I progress.
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