Aurora's

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  1. micatlady

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    I don't think I ever posted any of these. I actually took them last August. They are my first attempt at photographing aurora's. I was suprised they actually came out. The little white spots are actually stars. Taken in my backyard.

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    the trees make the pictures look scarey. lol
    but great photos
     
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    wow, very nice.
     
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    I've been waiting all year to shoot more but every night there has been the posiblity of lights there has been thick clouds.

    Yeah I liked the scarey tree effect.
     
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    Very cool, I really like the second shot, the clouds add a nice touch.
     
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    Very nice! I nearly missed this post! :shock:


    I like the 3rd with the red in it! Was it shimmering fast or slow?
     
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    In the lower areas of the sky it was moving pretty slow, but directly overhead you almost couldn't look at it because it was swirling around so fast.

    Thank you.
     
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    very nice captures.
    Wish we had some aurora's here. Not alot anyways......think there was one night a couple of years ago.
     
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    KEWL!

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    Very cool. I really like the second .
     
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    cool shots, I wish I was there to see this!! some day we will hike to the north country and catch a glimps of the northern lights.. thanks for the view~~!!
     
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    Amazing! A couple weeks back I was up at 3 (Had to let the dog out), and was surprised to look up and saw what I at first thought was fog. Proved to be Northern Lights instead. They weren't half as wonderful as yours as they were white, but I did go and stand out on the driveway for a good 15 min. just watching them. Once again. Amazing images!
     

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