The Northern Lights in Iceland by Night

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Here’s something that I’ll say about chasing the Northern Lights in Iceland… February. No matter how rugged up you think you are — you’re not. If you think you have too many pairs of socks on … you don’t. Do whatever you can to stay as warm as you can while you’re out there waiting for those Northern Lights, because you could be out there for a very, very long time.

The lights were …. well … pretty fantastic friends even despite the bitter cold wait.

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Just magnificent, people. The light Gods were with us that night, and it was an experience we’ll absolutely never forget.



Cheryl Lock
Cheryl Lock is a former magazine, newspaper and website editor turned full-time freelance writer. She has worked on staff at the Daytona Beach News-Journal, More and Parents magazines, as well as for Learnvest, the leading women's financial website. Her work has also appeared in Newsweek, Forbes, Ladies' Home Journal, the Huffington Post, AOL Travel and more.

Cheryl was born in Nuremberg, Germany and grew up moving around every few years as an Army brat. The urge to travel has been with her her whole life. While she calls New York City home, Cheryl makes it a priority to travel as much as possible throughout the year. Some of her favorite places include Iceland, the Great Barrier Beef, Cabo, Rome, Calabria and Munich, although she hopes to never stop exploring. Cheryl blogs about her travel adventures (and what's happening in and around New York City) at Weary Wanderer.
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One Response to The Northern Lights in Iceland by Night

  1. rrrobertsson February 23, 2014 at 11:40 am #

    You can see more of the northern lights in Iceland here. www dot northernlightsiceland dot com

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