Day 16 extra: Aurora Borealis

As the Lyngenalps and Lyngenfjord are supposed to be a prime location to watch the aurora, supposedly the weather is more often clear, as the clouds get trapped in the mountains coming from the sea, our expectations were up to see some northern lights in Årøybukt 🙂

Unfortunately the aurora forecast for Sunday night was rather disappointing. At 10pm there was, eventhough the skies were almost completely clear, only a chance of about 10% of being able to see the aurora. So before heading to bed, Hubby decided to go outside and check. After a couple of minutes he came back and said, lets go outside, the aurora is dancing 🙂

All pictures were again taken with my Olympus OM D EM 10 and the 12mm f2.0 Olympus m.zuiko. ISO was set between 200 and 400 (the lower the better in my opinion cause the less image noise). I used f2.0 and an exposure time between 6s and 30s (for the last picture).

But see for yourself!

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