Auroras And Vega
Taken by Thomas Kast on February 8, 2018 @ Enontekiö, Lapland, Finland
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Date Taken: 2018:02:09 19:21:30
 
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Last night was cloudy in Enontekiö and I could make out only a bit of aurora. Cold, tired and ready to sleep I went to bed. Then a friend messaged me that there are auroras outside. Looking at the webcams I planned to stay in, but... Dang, gotta get up! I took my glass sphere with me and finally got that shot Ive had in mind for so long, even though I dropped the ball. With the background blurry, the bright star Vega appears huge and you can see the blue tone. If you look closely you can see Vega also in the winter scene through the glass ball :)

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