Yesterday I was going out for a short walk, mostly to activate my lungs a little after this intense cold that has been hanging around for a week. The plans quickly changed since I only took two steps on the road before I saw some northern lights in the sky! And by then it wasnt even dark.
One of the first shots.
Later at night it looked like this. It was mostly green and white, I barely saw any other colours.
It just kept on going ALL night, but at around 1 am I had to go inside.
I check the aurora forecast almost everyday, except – of course – yesterday! So I was completely unprepared for the northern lights this time. However I checked the forecast this morning and then it looked like this: It was this morning and this is by far the most intense forecast I’ve ever seen. Earlier this winter the highest number I’ve seen is 4, now it was 8! And the green light rarely has gone below the Sweden text in the map. The site I use is called Aurora Forecast, and sometimes I check this one from Alaska.
It looks pretty good for tonight aswell, and although it has been cloudy today it is clearing up now. THe kp för right now is 5 which also is pretty high, so maybe I can get some more practice of catching this fairytale skies that everyone should see at least once in life. It truly is …
Unfortunately I’ve gotten sick this week so not much happening here right now. Last morning I woke up really early and one of the best things about having a window just next to the bed is being able to watch the sunrise without even lifting the blanket. The bad thing is seeing another beautiful day waking up that I won’t be enjoying …
I’ve really started experimenting with shooting time lapse and really enjoy it! Here is the very first one I’ve made. I don’t know why my Safari browser won’t adjust the size in the small screen, so if it looks weird look at it in full screen mode.