Wednesday, April 04, 2007


A solar wind hit the earth on March 31st, sparking high altitude geomagnetic storms for three days, resulting in fantastic auroras in the great white north. Take off!!!

Photo by Ginger Cooley, photographed over Wasilla, Alaska.

Photographed over Indian, Alaska by Daryl Pederson.


pie said...


No other word.

Polly said...

So there are some good things abt living in Alaska. at least for photographers.

The auroras are beautiful, certainly.

four legs good said...

It's a great place for photographers. They have hours and hours of what we call "magic hour" in the summer.