The Source Of The Aurora
Taken by Peter Rosén on March 14, 2019 @ Kiruna, Swedish Lapland
Click photo for larger image
  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS-1D X Mark II
Exposure Time: 25/10
Aperture: f/1.4
ISO: 640
Date Taken: 2019:03:15 17:01:52
 
More images
Details:
After 20 years of photographing the Aurora I finally found the true source of the Aurora - the interaction between hot water and cold air. The old folklore says it is due to the mirroring effect of schools of herring in the ocean (Norway), an arctic fox moving its tail (Finland), the spirits who play foot ball with a scull of a walrus (Inuits) or the spirits of the dead people (the Sami in Sweden). What do you think?
Comments
  You must be logged in to comment.  
32 thumbs up
previous | next
Guide to Northern Lights
Aurora photo tours
Aurora Photo Courses
Guide to Northern Lights
Stargazing Experiences
Home | FAQ | Contact the Webmaster
©2016 Spaceweather.com. All rights reserved.