With each passing day bringing 7 minutes less daylight in Northern Iceland during the Winter months, I created a self-imposed routine to record the days' light. Between sunrise and sunset throughout November and December 2015, each days' sunlight was captured in a cyanotype print on handmade Japanese washi. Each day a shade of cyan emerged, weather beaten by rain, wind, snow, sleet, hail. Aura's of discarded beach-washed objects appeared/disappeared amongst the blue. During the Winter Solstice, I created a camera obscurer in the interior of 'Arnes' house, the oldest house in the village of Skagastrond, in celebration of the return to longer days and an increase of day light.