Taken by Thomas Kast on April 26, 2019 @ Enontekiƶ, Lapland, Finland
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Date Taken: 2019:04:27 03:26:46
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Lady Aurora beats the bright night for one last (?) time up here in Lapland.
I went out around midnight with very little hope to see anything else than the twilight colors in the sky. For a few precious moments, faint auroras were in the sky stretching from West to East, allowing me to take a handful of photos. And that was it.
You can see a melting snowmobile track. Just a few weeks back everything was covered by lots of snow.
Seems Lady Aurora and winter are both fighting a losing battle.
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