Timelapse photography of a winter's daybreak over the city of Reykjavik, filmed from the bell tower of the Hallgrímskirkja. I used the Canon interval timer made in the 1970's for use with their higher-end Super 8 cameras - in this instance I was filming with an autozoom 1014. During the winter months, the sun does not come up until about 10am, and even then the sun does not rise into the sky but remains in a daybreak position near the horizon.
You'll notice in this that the snowfall makes a distinct white hue to image.
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