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Yay, it's finally gotten dark enough to see them.
I spent way too long getting my settings set for the lights and by the time I got them figured out again, the main show I was watching ended. So I dinked around getting these until my battery was dead. I normally have my other battery with me in the camera case but I just got a new tripod so had put the camera on the tripod before I left home so didn't have my case with me. So then on my way home, they pop out magnificently again. UGH!
Thanks everyone. Yes it is very neat but sometimes I over due the aurora chasing and get way too little sleep lol.
Cool! Can i get a bigger one? Can i put it on my desktop?
Sure you can have one for your desktop. Let me find you a couple of good ones to choose from. Or you can just look back in my blog. There are lots there.
Here's a video I made last year. I took these where I work for the Yukon Quest (our 1000 mile dog sled race).
Eh most of my photos are on my laptop upstairs. I'll dig through them soon but here is one I made that you might like.
Oh here is one from when it was supposed to be a very active night so we hauled the arctic oven tent out to the pond (through the woods on a snowmachine) and set up for a night of photography. This was the only decent picture I got that whole danged night!
Here are some of my very favorite ones, from March 2011.
Sorry for the links. I don't want to download them to this laptop then upload them to the page. Hope you all enjoy one of my other obsessions lol.
Those shot are very nice. I used to travel back and forth from US to France via the northern route. If we were lucky and I was awake and it wasn't the south side of the aircraft, I could seen them from 35,000'. Its one of those incredible phenomenon of nature that you never tire of looking at. Amazing. Thanks for sharing.
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