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Northern Lights Storm Report Part 2. Link to Part One.
After the repositories in the early evening, a small break had to be taken with the forwarding of the images, with the cameras in the mold at half past eleven.
The first observation point was the tiny Palolampi, which is very close to home. The street lights were brighter than the memories, but still the flutter of the corona was easily noticeable. Second picture of this place.
The following pictures were taken at a fast pace next to Lahti Energia's waste incineration plant. Here, too, the lighting posed quite a challenge, so after a couple of panoramas, the journey continued through the gas station to Merrasjärvi. In the triangle image, then, is Lahti Energia's power plant.
Fortunately, the light sources on the shores of Lake Merrasjärvi stayed farther away, so the view above got its rights better. It was breathtaking.
The tree rake began again; when the northern lights were visible everywhere, the problem was the lack of abundance, there was almost too much to describe!
Equipped with two cameras, however, a variety of images were captured from the sky. At times, the 6D was in timelee trees while the a7S was looking for more active spots for video experiments, sometimes Sony was content with more static video when the most spectacular moments had to be captured with 6D.
It was not necessary to be on the beach all the time, because on a few occasions others came to marvel at the nature play. The number one picture in the report of this encounter between man and nature.
What is interesting is that a large part of the images were focused to the south, at least to some extent. Usually here in a repo yacht you have to cram the northern horizon in the hope of a small run, but this time the strongest events seemed to be found south of the zenith. Of the images in the report, only the Fifth is taken to the north.
It was also funny to see the van of an airplane flying over the city visible as a silhouette and not illuminated by city lights as usual. Says something about the brightness of fires. So this in the sixth picture.
I have to say that while winter has been depressingly gray when it comes to circling the sky, I think this evening and night will last a long time again. Exactly two years ago, the northern lights storm struck at the same time as the first even more serious constellations were taken from Comet 2011 L4 Panstarrs . It left an indelible impression on myself, pushing hard in the direction of this hobby.
This time the performance was even more powerful. Hopefully, then, the interest in following the events of heaven will arouse in the minds of others as well.