Minnesota, Northshore, 1 p.m., -25 degrees celsius, fingers frozen to the bones when taking pictures of the Aurora Borealis.
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WoodPigeon (457) 2004-06-15 10:35
Cool! I've never seen this before... I thought it was only visible in the North pole! How is it so cold there!?
This is a very nice picture... great colours and very unusual really! I see the exposure was quite long... Did you use a tripod? If not I'm sure you must have been shivering... :D
rhardy5 (863) 2004-06-15 11:48
simply wonderful, man an only 13 views so far this is a beautiful shot i'm jealous ,the color,the 3-d effect and the detail in the star wow ,i like it ,job well done
sayzey (2358) 2004-11-18 8:17
Hey This is a great shot. i really love Aurora shots and cant wait to experience it first hand. It looks so amazing!
There is quite a lot of noise in your shot so I have prepared a workshop where I have filtered it out. It looks a lot smoother if you dont mind me saying. I hope you find it useful.
plimrn (21344) 2007-03-27 0:14
It looks like an incredably exotic flower. It's hard for me to believe that there is no themne for this stunning phenomenon, so I created one. I would love to see such a show in person. Wishing you health, love & Joy, Pat
lglase (92) 2007-07-10 17:40
I can't believe that this photo doesn't have more points - at the time I'm posting this, it's been viewed 768 times, and only has 7 points. Obviously it has created some interest to be viewed so many times!
I've never seen the Aurora Borealis, and it seems like a difficult subject to capture. This photo is amazing! I posted a workshop to address the excess light in the starscape. Hope you like the result.
- Copyright: Mikolaj Prazsinski (nord) (152)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2003-11-22
- Categories: Nature
- Exposure: f/2, 15 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): Aurora Borealis, Natural Phenomena [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-06-15 10:17