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Finaly that break caught, the aurora has been really weak for over a month and just lately it has picked up, and super great that it was not as cloudy as yesterday.

Shot on a mountain called Kvænangsfjellet, near this summer open diner called Gildetun, and on a sidenote I have never seen so many stars so clearly as today.

Nikon d800, 14-24mm f/2.8, @ 14mm, 2.8, iso 1600, 8 seconds.
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Fun when light pollution can work in your favour, getting a good shot with both the aurora and the milky way I find quite challenging, but pleased with this one.


Shot with Nikon d800 14-24mm f/2.8.


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Another one of the cool shaped auroras, was really strong but very little red, mostly green.


Shot with Nikon D800, 14-24mm f/2.8 @ f2.8, 14 mm, iso 1600, 4 sec.


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I have not seen as many stars as clearly as this, just the right conditions to be so clear.


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It may not be the strongest aurora, but I feel that this is personally one of the best shot I have ever done.
Beautifully clear sky with aurora coming up from behind the mountain.



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Incoming Aurora with the milky way in the background.


Shot with nikon d800, 14-24mm f/2.8 @ 2.8, iso 1600, 4 seconds.
shot in s°rkjosen, troms county, northern Norway.
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1 out of 1800 photos done on the 20.
Really liked the green cast on the ground from the aurora.


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Had to get up the mountain in time to catch the orange/yellow moon rising, went up a bit ahead so I had time to shoot a short time-lapse before the rise of the moon.

This shot turned out way better than I had pictured it to be, I feel this is the best shot i have taken so far.

Shot with Nikon d800, 14-24mm f/2.8 @ 14mm, f 2.8, iso 3200, 15 seconds.

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Its pretty hard to describe this, and witnessing it was just out of this world.
And also it is extremely rare that the northern lights has so much red-shift to it.


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48 gw flares across the sky, it may sound like a lot but its not much compared to the stronges ive seen which was 250 gw. :)

Shot with nikon d800, 14mm, iso 1600, 4 seconds.
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