12 thoughts on “The Northern Lights

  1. I don’t believe I have ever seen such fascinating, detailed photographs of the Northern Lights. The colors and differentiations between the stars, light show and landscapes are breathtaking. I am amazed at your technical prowess and openly jealous of your magnificent journeys to the ends of the earth.

  2. Thank you Tina. This moved me more than any other event I have witnessed in nature, as close to a spiritual event as I have come. With every twist and turn of these ever changing dancing lights, I more clearly comprehended past civilizations finding spiritual lives in the sky. Even though I understand the scientific reason for these occurrences, I am awestruck by their ability to move the soul of even this cynic.

  3. Oh Steve, I think I hate you a wee bit – out of envy. I have always imagined that seeing this would be a mystical experience. One in which the wonder and greatness of the universe would reach into one’s chest and make one’s heart tremble for a brief moment. I think you just confirmed that. It is wonderful that you have been able to enjoy witnessing such an beautiful and awesome event. Thanks for posting photos.

    • It was truly one of the most awesome experiences in nature I have ever had. I can only image what earlier civilizations must have thought of these wonderments. I have been working on a series of prints from my encounter. When I have got it just the way I want it, I will try and let you know. Maybe you can drop by my gallery and check out what I have done with the images. Thanks for commenting Flo.

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