Aurora Photography by Dennis C. Anderson

Auroras or the Northern Lights are in my bucket list - I know that they are caused by the collision of solar wind with the Earth's magnetic field but I can't help to feel that these phenomenons are but a small display of how majestic Mother Nature can be.

Anyway, until I can haul my lazy butt to the (very far and very cold) polar region, these fantastic photos of auroras by Dennis C. Anderson of Night Trax Photography have got to suffice. They're some of the most beautiful photos I've ever seen.

This one to the left, titled A Colorful Dawn, was taken back in 2003 in Homer, Alaska. Check out the entire gallery here (not to be missed!): Link (you can buy prints there, too)

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I bought "Incredible Journey" on a recent Alaskan cruise. I am very impressed. My questions is what process and equipment do you use to put the picture on the tile. I am fascinated by the the ability to "light up" in the dark.
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I saw them during a Labor Day weekend (Labor Day is the first Monday in September here in the US) in '94 while in Wisconsin (about 40 miles west of Green Bay).

It was a hot weekend, and while taking the time-lapsed photos, I had to seek shelter from the mosquitoes.
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Saw them in Scotland (1972) and it's not that cold there. Must be place you can see them in the northern hemisphere and not have your fingers frozen off.
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