Natural Phenomenon

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  1. mox

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    This is not 100% a blooper.. in fact, I took this picture last night without ever noticing the "aurore boreale" in the sky

    Only after I took the picture I was like "hmm.. the sky looks strange, maybe it's because of the light" and when I turned my head up, I saw that it was not the light or the camera :)

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    Thats nuts. Ive heard this is the time of the year for it, but I thought you had to be like 50 miles out of town in order to be able to actually see them.
     
  3. MDowdey

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    thats really cool dude!

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  4. nikon90s

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    I have see it in town also very cool
     
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    awesome!
     
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    Im wondering how you can see it in Whitefish.

    I havent been able to spot it here in Lakeside :roll:
     
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    I live in Alaska and see it almost every clear night right in town. It is really cool.
     

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