The Rocks Were Warm
The Rocks Were Still Warm examines the peak sunlight season in the northern regions of Iceland. In the Summer months of June and July, Iceland can experience up to 22 hours of sunlight, leaving only a few hours of twilight a day. Like many other northern countries, this harsh sunlight impacts both the landscape and the people within it; leaving many creating ways to adapt to these extreme shifts of light. The Rocks Were Still Warm captures the vast openness of this sun-bathed region paired with its subtle and quiet moments of twilight.