2015-03-19

Northern Lights

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Seen from outside the building

 Seen from my balcony
Northern Lights
© NF Photo 150317

Two days ago there was lots of activity on the sun, so much that we were able to see the aurora in most parts of Sweden. And that is very rare. This is what I manage to capture of it.

Sky Watch Friday

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24 comments:

  1. How gorgeous! Here in Stockholm they were white and then green.

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  2. What a thrill! Nicely captured...enjoy your day!

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  3. Jättefint.. Såg själv ingenting här...

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  4. Yes! :-) I caught a snippet of them last night. Thanks.

    Greetings from London.

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  5. Wow, eksepsjonelt vakkert !!

    Fin kveld.

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  7. I am green with envy ... I heard about it, but when I went out there was nothing. We have a lot of lights around us so everything gets washed out. So sad ... but happy for you and what awesome pictures. I will enjoy the Aurora Borealis vicariously :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  8. Spectacular. Too much cloud cover my way.

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  9. WOW! Like a curtain of color in the sky.

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  10. The Northern Lights are always spectacular. Also, we also had a southern Finland, but I did not notice any. In fact, I have never seen them.
    Your photos are so beautiful.
    Hugs

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  11. Fantastiskt. Vi missade första natten och försökte nästföljande nätter men utan resultat. Njuter av dina bilder istället =)

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    1. thanks Stanley. Sorry I can´t comment on your blog.

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  13. Wow! I've never seen them.

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  14. Wonderful shots! This is something I have never seen posted before, and it is such a delight to see!

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  15. What an awesome sight! I saw them once in the Chicago area (don't know why they came that far south) and it was something I'll never forget.

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