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One thought on “The Aurora Borealis, northern lights over the Lofoten Islands, Norway.”

  1. Rebecca Hill avatar rebeccahill@iinet.net.au says:

    Such a beautiful picture of the Aurora Borealis over the Lofoten Islands, Norway in summer, Spencer!

    The snow capped polar peaks of the islands certainly stand out in the light!

    I thought that Aurora Borealis occurred more often in winter, from what I have read about. Perhaps the further north or south you go, the more frequently you can see this spectacular phenomenon at any time of the year. Nice to know it also occurs in summer as well.

    From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia

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2 thoughts on “The aurora over Lake Blachford, Canada.”

  1. Michael Davies avatar Michael Davies says:

    amazing

  2. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Ghostly marvellous!

    Laurence

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hamiltonlund.com, and contact is ham@hamiltonlund.com.   © Hamilton Lund">

The aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, spotted over Blachford Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada, on the first Cloud Appreciation Society Sky Holiday. This photograph was taken by Hamilton Lund (Member 23,173). Based in Sydney, Australia, Hamilton was the professional photographer of our group. His website is hamiltonlund.com, and contact is ham@hamiltonlund.com.

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One thought on “The aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, spotted over Blachford Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada, on the first Cloud Appreciation Society Sky Holiday. This photograph was taken by Hamilton Lund (Member 23,173). Based in Sydney, Australia, Hamilton was the professional photographer of our group. His website is hamiltonlund.com, and contact is ham@hamiltonlund.com.”

  1. Michael Davies avatar Michael Davies says:

    Amazing Image

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2 thoughts on “The Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis, over Scoresbysund, Greenland.”

  1. Steven Grueber avatar STEVEN says:

    Yes, I see the face, too, Laurence. Well spotted. This picture was taken hand-held but braced against the ship’s railing. The seas were relatively calm, but the ice cold winds were blowing quite fierce.

  2. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    There’s a ghostly face in the cloud. See it? Very apt on the eve of Halloween.

    Laurence

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2 thoughts on ““The Aurora Borealis over Greenland, spotted about an hour before sunrise with the moon shining bright over an undercast sky”.”

  1. Michael Davies avatar Michael Davies says:

    Superb capture well done

  2. Paul Martini avatar Paul Martini says:

    Magnificent image, bravo!

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6 thoughts on “Kevin Gorton”

  1. Rebecca Hill avatar Rebecca says:

    Dear Kevin,

    Such an amazingly clear, beautiful night shot. So calm, serene and awe-inspiring.

    The snowy mountains in the background adds to the character of your work, across the glass-like, calm body of water that shows up all the reflections of what is going on there. The aurora borealis up above the snowy mountains in the night sky looks like a fireworks display that we can all sit, watch and appreciate on a special occasion.

    From Rebecca Hill

  2. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Indeed, this is truly a dream shot in every sense and every way. Top class photography. 10* rating from me!

    My grateful thanks to you, Kevin, for sharing this wonder with us.

    Laurence

  3. Peter Leenen avatar p.leenen@kpnplanet.nl says:

    This is a dreamshot. The scenery, the light and the technique are perfect. Well done Kevin.

  4. Marco Cingolani avatar Marco Cingolani says:

    very, very, very amazing shot, best compliments.

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One thought on “Hakan Pleijel”

  1. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Thanks for the photo, Hakan. This is one of Nature’s marvels I hope to see one day.

    By coincidence today, I came across this image released via the NASA APOD page which shows a spectacular auroe display over Iceland. Here is the link to a lovely view:-

    http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150310.html

    Laurence

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