Essas fotos foram tiradas a uma hora e meia de Toronto (Ontario – Canadá) – eu já estive muito mais ao norte do que isso e nunca consegui ver a aurora boreal 😦 Minhas fotos favoritas são a terceira (com carro passando na rodovia), a da estrela cadente e a do cemitério 😀
Tito and I went north again last night – in hopes of aurora hunting after sunspot AR 1520 delivered a massive X-class flare directly to earth.
We’re getting quite adept at finding these things 😉 We got our best shots not 1.5 hours from downtown Toronto – just outside of Barrie, south of Mt. St. Louis Moonstone.
We cursed every time a car or truck passed us on the highway, but to our delight when processing these turned out to be the best shots!
I apologize for the image-heavy post – there were so many winners it was very hard to pare it down to a few favourites.
We call this the ‘light saber’ shot 😉
This was one of Tito’s favourites. Incidentally we’re blogging together this morning!
We couldn’t believe how bright they were. Waving and flickering were visible to the naked eye, even from a busy highway.
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