We got to the Hvitsekur sea stack just as the last light was on the troll.
We'd had a long day of driving and very few of us were interested in photographing the eclipse, so I just walked up the hill behind our lodgings. I found that if I stayed below the crest of the hill, I was mostly sheltered from the wind and the lights from town.
While waiting for the lunar eclipse, I noticed what seemed to be backlight clouds on the opposite horizon. Gee, that sure looks like the shape of the arc that precedes an aurora.... Hey, those clouds are moving just like a curtain and a corona..... But the clips is the other direction, I can't move my camera. So this is the leftovers of the aurora, when the eclipse was in it's totality and it was too cold for me to wait for the moon to emerge again.