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The Nature of Iceland

Happy December everyone!  I hope you are all feeling jolly and are enjoying the festive season so far.

It has been a while since I have written about a specific place, but after a wonderful break and first visit to Iceland, I have been inspired to share my experience by delving into some brilliant, beautiful natural wonders!  2,456 more words

Nature

53rd Chicago Int'l. Film Fest #24: "Aurora Borealis" (Hungary)

“Aurora Borealis” (Hungary)
Directed by Márta Mészáros

The plethora of good Hungarian films dealing with the WWII experience (whether pre- or post-war) at this year’s Chicago Film Fest has been extraordinary. 456 more words

Film Review

Aurora: Lights of Wonder

Authored by Cassia Pang and Reviewed by Danny

The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, was once thought to be a bad omen by some, since the red lights represented the blood of revenging enemies killed in battle. 599 more words

VLOG | Alaska Trip: Northern Lights & More - Coldfoot Adventure (Honeymoon Tour Part 2)

Here’s the second part of our Alaska trip. We included some clips of our dog sledding experience in Coldfoot Camp, northern lights viewing both in Coldfoot Camp and Wiseman Village, as well as an abundant share of gushing on just how beautiful Alaska is. 102 more words

Bee Life

Travel Adventures • All of the Lights

If you follow me on Instagram you’ll know that last week I took a trip to Iceland, if you don’t follow me on Instagram you might still know this because I’ve probably mentioned it in previous posts, however what you won’t know is that I’ve already had THREE Christmas Dinners this week but let’s not talk about that! 1,168 more words

Travel

Aurora Nights

The sound of the logs popping and crackling reverberated off the barrels.  Inside, the fire burned brightly, the flames light playing out through the vent onto the snow.  919 more words

Summation of a month in the Arctic

The alk phos kept coming up high

And the local docs can’t tell me why

And the TSH low?

It’s just part of the show… 486 more words

Alaska Adventure