5736Clear_Lake_Aurora
Clear Lake Aurora

wpgf100

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Location: Winnipeg MB CA
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Tonight was the night that most participants had their first real opportunity to photograph Northern Lights
· Date: Wed 1-June-2005 · Views: 8764 · Filesize: 42.6kb · Dimensions: 800 x 532 ·
Rating: ********** 10.00
Keywords: Northern Lights, Clear Lake
Camera: D100
Lens & Filters: 28-70mm f/2.8D AF-S
ISO: 800
Location: Riding Mountain National Park
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kuku


Location: Jeddah SA
Posts: 1,686
Fri 12-August-2005 03:21 Rating: 10 

I realy enjoyed looking at your images. They are awesome, I'd love to have a poster of this one to hang on my wall. If I may ask, how do u get those effects? The cloudyness? Are u using some kind of IR filter and/or postprocessing? Thank You. Z
jrp

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Location: San Pedro Garza GarcĂ­a NL MX
Posts: 43,745
Tue 18-October-2005 11:24 Rating: 10 

This is an excellent example of an Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights as seen from Canada.
No filters, just long exposure of the marvelous spectacle of a light phenomenon often seen in the northern regions.
Oshi1
Location: Campbell River CA
Sun 19-March-2006 01:56 Rating: 10 

This is the best photo of the northern lights that I have ever seen. I used to live in the Peace River country of north east BC, and saw them frequently. In those days I had no way to capture a picture like this. Awesome!
shutterpup
Location: MO US
Posts: 4,601
Sat 19-January-2008 07:10

Fabulous! I have always wanted to see the Aurora Borealis. I think it just got bumped to the top of the list. Great Job...
brundlefly
Location: Gaithersburg MD US
Posts: 9
Mon 27-October-2008 12:45

Breathtaking!