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Winter has come early to my part of Canada. We have already had close to two feet of snow fall this year! Along with the snow comes longer nights and more photographic opportunities to image the Aurora Borealis. On Nov 13/14 earth was impacted by a CME(Coronal Mass Ejection) from the sun. As this energy interacted with our magnetosphere it produced a stunning display of aurora that lasted from Nov 13, 6:30pm to Nov 14, 5:00am in my location. Each of the following images is one frame of a composition from footage I will be assembling into a new feature HD Time-lapse video which will be released right around the end of Autumn. Until then please enjoy these pics!
If you would like to checkout the other compositions from this night, click here.
1. 5D Mark II, f/4.5 @ 12 mm, 13s, ISO 2500
2. 5D Mark II, f/2.8 @ 16 mm, 10s, ISO 1250
3. 5D Mark II, f/2.8 @ 16 mm, 6s, ISO 1250
4. 5D Mark II, f/2.8 @ 16 mm, 3.2s, ISO 2500
It's ALL about the light!