Auroras
Taken by B.Art Braafhart on November 22, 2017 @ Salla-Finnish Lapland
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  Camera Used: SONY ILCA-77M2
Exposure Time: 8/1
Aperture: f/1.0
ISO: 3200
Date Taken: 2017:11:22 22:26:10
 
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The auroras started to be visible around 17:00h.FT. Lots of ice crystals in the air caused above every light source beautiful ice crystal pillars. It was even colder (-27C) than the night before. The reward for being outside: wonderful colored auroras! With lots of red on the place where the night before were seen the pink nitrogen fringe colors. Maybe this was a red-pink variant? The sky exploded several times with fast moving colorful figures. Almost too colorful to be true. Keep an eye on the sky!
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