Northern Lights over Campbellton, N.B.
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|It was an amazing night for Northern Lights.|
The sun has just "burped" a few days before this causing northern lights all over the place.This picture was taken with a canon camera I no longer have using a 15 second shutter speed, 80-100 iso.
I never shoot more than 100 iso at night, so I just use a longer shutter to capture the light which in the long run causes less noise in the picture.
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- [2007-03-14 11:40]
great captur of the northern lights. i've always wanted to see them but i've never lived far enough north or had clear weather on the days that the lights are visible furthe to the south. thanks for sharing!
- [2007-03-14 11:43]
A great capture of this light,I have seen it a few times from my vessel on the norwegian coast,mostly the colors were white and as I was on a moving vessel unfortunatly not possible to capture,you did a great job,well done and TFS
The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis?) have always fascinated me, Justin.
Although your picture does not have a larger spectrum of colors these lights are known for, it is still a lovely image. The dark shapes of trees in the foreground intensify the experience of looking at this unique phenomenon.
Welcome to TN.