A Rare May Aurora In Iceland
Taken by Christopher Mathews on May 7, 2018 @ Mount Hengill volcano, southern Iceland.
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS Rebel T6s
Exposure Time: 14/10
Aperture: f/1.4
ISO: 400
Date Taken: 2018:05:07 03:03:16
 
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The northern lights arent usually visible in Iceland in May and weve had challenging weather for the past several days ... but last night the clouds broke at the darkest point in the evening, and Lady Aurora decided to pay a visit.

The lights of Reykjavik are visible in the background at the right side of the photo.

The picture was taken using a Canon T6S with a 1.4 second exposure at f/1.4, ISO 400.
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