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PostSubject: April 2010   Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:37 pm



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After a tip off I went hunting aurora after midnight on 12 April - to get the best experience I headed north out of town to a few favourite sites. I got a few photos and enjoyed seeing the aurora again after such a long wait but cloud began to roll in and I thought that would end the display. But as I headed back into town I thought it seemed to be getting stronger again and hoped it might even be bright enough for some in town shots. Sure enough it continued to brighten at silly hours o’clock but I was ready to take a few shots I’ve wanted to get (or improve upon previous attempts) for a while. But after I got home it got even more exciting with streaks, flashes, shooting arcs and rays; it had developed into the G2 storm later recorded. It’s also more than just green in colour with purple and blue also evident, though fairly faint.

taken 4/12/10 Austin Taylor,
Lerwick and Wadbister, Shetland Islands, UK
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PostSubject: Re: April 2010   Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:38 pm



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PostSubject: Re: April 2010   Fri Apr 23, 2010 10:19 pm

Wioleta Zarzycka

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Apr. 23, 2010

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Iceland

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Nikon D40, ISO400, f3.5, 10-20s. It was the end of aurora great-season (for high latitudes)?






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