For my next batch of old edits:
aurora . . .
Purchase Prints or Download | This was an early February aurora, and awfully cold. Dress correctly and you can stay out for hours watching things like this. Dress incorrectly and you will die, or go home.
Sure, you can see them in the lower 48, but not like this. Greenland, Iceland, Scandanavia, Siberia, northern Canada and Alaska get to see this, bright and directly overhead. Or you could go to Antarctica and watch the complementary aurora australis. Why not just go to Alaska?
Purchase Prints or Download | A very late season show, this one on April 12, 2011. The lingering twilight left us with cobalt colors in the sky and a cool contrast with the aurora.
Purchase Prints or Download | This was an August 29 show, the first ‘good’ show of the fall 2011 aurora season.
Purchase Prints or Download | Sometimes the aurora is so bright here that we can see it even against the light of a full moon.
Purchase Prints or Download | Jason I stood out in the cold for hours watching the diffuse aurora on the horizon do nothing. For about 30 seconds the sky erupted and then it was gone. The really bright star in there is Jupiter. After this I took some longer exposures to get this one:
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