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Join us on this amazing one-of-a-kind 14-day winter photo workshop, where you will have the awesome chance to capture the Northern lights over all corners of Iceland, in both the most picturesque and the off-beaten locations.
Clearly, an extremely strong El Niño remains deeply entrenched in the Pacific–and, as I’ll discuss shortly, California weather impacts are starting to emerge. Is that a sign that El Niño is not behaving as expected? The main reason why El Niño hasn’t yet brought a wet winter to California is that…well, winter hasn’t happened yet!
For physical reasons relating to the seasonal cycle of the jet Pacific stream (which I described in considerable detail in my last post, with the aid of illustrations by Emily Underwood), El Niño’s primary influence upon California weather does not take hold until the the core rainy season months of December through March.
We will start the tour by driving to the awesome Snæfellsnes Peninsula in West Iceland where we will spend two nights.
We will have a chance to photograph the jagged rock formations and columnar basalt on the coast of Arnarstapi, a quaint fishing village where we can find the ocean waves creating a great interplay with light.