Discussion in 'Photography' started by Reaynger, Oct 25, 2011.
I hope you like as much as me?
The magnetic field is so strong it's pulling your van over.....Amazing...
Where did you take the photo ?
From the front nearside of the motorhome :Wink:
I've just had 2 "Amber alerts" from Aurora Watch, so lucky people up North might get to see some more.
Thank you all for the likes
Well are you going to tell us where it was ?
Another stunning pic--I'm envious.
It was one of our plans to go in search of the Northern Lights, so in that first year I booked a flight that took a planeload to see them (if poss) The polarity changed and I was on the only flight that year not to see a glimpse One day....................
Excellent, lucky devil :thumb:
Amazing pictures, would love to see it for real
Outside your back door !
Do you get them regularly or is it a_special_occasion when you do see them ?
Would love to see one of these. Never far enough north though
Yes indeed. I used to see them regularly about 8 years ago when I first moved up here then nothing until this year. I think it has something to do with the sunspot cycles of the sun. I believe the sun is becoming more active. For reasons beyond me, the aurora is more common during spring and autumn.
Thanks but believe me when I say this but it is no compensation for the usual weather we get. :BigGrin:
Not another reverse polarity thread.......
did they not have an adapter on the plane they could have used......
We must have been lucky, we were in Scotland for the first couple of weeks in July, from Montrose up to Inverness , Granton on Spey and Skye, the weather was mainly good :thumb: a beautiful place to visit :thumb:
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