Aurora
Taken by Marianne Bergli on December 2, 2018 @ Kvaløya, Tromsø, Norway
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Exposure Time: 12/5
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 2000
Date Taken: 2018:12:03 05:17:57
 
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It just keeps getting better and better.
We just had an other amazing night here in Northern Norway.
It was very windy almost gale force and very warm too.
The temp was +7 all night long , some times I wondered, is this really the arctic circle.
Then the magical aurora would appear and without doubt in my mind I new exactly were we where.
Tonight I tried to concentrate on the number of coronas that appeared in the sky , one after an other they would dance all around the North Star Polaris , almost too quick to catch with one second shutter speed being too slow at times to catch the beauty of this fast moving phenomenon we call the northern lights.
The images above are some of many that I managed to catch between the hours of 1900 , with a long break until the next show started at 2230 for the next hour on the 2 nd of December 2018 going over until the 3rd of December.
Its been a great solar min so far and can’t wait for the cme to arrive in the coming days.
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