Ektachrome by James A. Sugar.
From “Sailing Iceland’s Rugged Coasts, National Geographic, August, 1969.
Sanctuary in a desolate domain, a Lutheran church at Skálholt huddles in winter’s chill. Trenches in chevron patterns drain farm fields that would otherwise become bogs during spring thaw. Less than five hours of daylight brighten Iceland’s face at midwinter. As if in recompense, the midnight sun often makes a glimmering twilight of summer nights.