Aurora lights in southern Norway

Category: Nature


Photo and caption by Camilla Otnes

This photopraph was captured in the end of spring, and also almost as late as aurora photographing is possible. Our long, light summer nights makes this impossible the period between late april and until mid-september. Also Aurora light photographing is quite unusual this far south as Kongsberg is. Were lucky to have two friends come along and share their enthusiasm for the show that revealed itself in the sky for several hours. Really, really cold and fingers close to numb, but well worth it! We often have -20 Celsius here... The sky on the other hand becomes very clear, and that is nice!

Location: Kongsberg, Buskerud, Norway


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