I was lucky enough to be in Iceland on March 17, 2015 which was one of the strongest aurora events of the past several decades. We photographed the Northern Lights for 5 hours in several locations. Around 1am, the skies cleared enough over the famous Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon to try and shoot there. I had to hike down a steep incline in the pitch dark to get a good enough angle of the ice and the sky. I was able to capture the rare red aurora and even some green reflection in the lagoon.