Auroras
Taken by Thomas Kast on March 18, 2018 @ Ii, Finland
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Im at a loss for words, these past nights have brought incredible auroras in many shapes and colors. And once again near March 17th, there is just something magic about that date. Last night I was driving home from guiding a photography group in Lapland, but had to stop the car near Ii, Finland. Outside five green bands stretched across the sky and slowly got more intense. It all built up to this strong corona which lit up the surroundings. It has been months since I saw a strong corona but during the past days Ive been lucky to see several.

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