Award-winning timelapse filmmaker Henry Jun Wah Lee’s Eye of the Storm captures the raw natural beauty of Iceland that will take your breath away.
Storms are agents of change. While often destructive and unpredictable, they also demonstrate the unyielding power of nature. They reveal nature’s beauty and its hand in creating the landscapes we see today.
In Iceland, a photographer’s and videographer’s dream location, there are many kinds of storms, including ice, snow, rain, sand, ash, solar and magnetic.
Shot between February and March of 2014 by Henry Jun Wah Lee while he was on a trip to Iceland during the solar maximum – a once-every-11-year period of great solar activity resulting in incredible northern lights – Eye of the Storm is a winter saga in Iceland.
It is an awesome visual representation of the turbulent beauty and dynamic power of storms as agents for change in nature and our lives.
Between the magnificent snow-covered mountains, stunning star-lit skies and awesome aurora borealis (northern lights), this time-lapse video spectacularly portrays the breathtaking wintertime scenery in Iceland.
The work of award-winning time-lapse filmmaker Lee has been featured and used around the world in television, film, advertising and the Internet.
For a few magical minutes, immerse yourself in a world of sublime splendour that seems to belong more to heaven than today’s troubled earth.