There was good aurora activity this evening, resulting from a solar wind stream from a coronal hole. However, the weather on earth was challenging, with thick clouds and snow showers in south-west Iceland. I could see some green behind the clouds from 19:30 UTC, but the cloud gaps at that time were very small. However, by 21:00 we decided to head to Þingvellir in search of some larger cloud gaps. We could see that activity behind the clouds was quite good (Image 1), but it was a case of alternating between taking photos through little gaps and sheltering from sudden snow showers. Occasionally in the larger gaps it was possible to see tall vertical rays of aurora (Image 2) and multiple brighter bands (Images 3 to 6). Probably the strongest activity while we were out was from 21:55 to 22:02 (Images 7 to 10), when the aurora briefly came overhead and some rayed structures and purples were visible by eye. However, at that time the clouds then rolled in very densely, and we decided to head home.