Aurora Borealis
Taken by Chris Hodgson on July 4, 2018 @ Reine, Norway
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 6D
Exposure Time: 4/1
Aperture: f/3.2
ISO: 3200
Date Taken: 2018:04:08 09:28:48
 
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I am currently traveling through the Lofoten Islands whilst working on my latest Kickstarter project: http://kck.st/2GlBGGP I really wanted an aurora over the village of Reine, a cliche yet iconic Lofoten landscape. The readings looked good and I got into position around 10pm, when it was only just dark. Ninety minutes later after a really weak arc I gave up, my feet were blocks of ice and I wanted to get up for sunrise at 5am.

Staying in my campervan at the roadside, Id just started brushing my teeth (after removing all the cold weather gear) when I thought I should just check the sky one last time. Opening a blind I was greeted with a sky full of green.

A very quick wardrobe change and I was back out photographing a nice display, even above the light pollution of the village.
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