Aurora borealis, northern lights
that day started like any other day. after arriving in sweden, leaving the ferry and a very long way to the place. nearly 600km in the rain and reaching the destination after dark. on the spot "acclimatization". at one point i found out that i no longer wanted to sit at the table at the endless stories about fishing. i took the camera and went out to do some photos. to my amazement - the stars! i started playing with long exposure. when i turned the lens towards the north, i was surprised that the clouds i saw in the picture were green-pale color. after a while the clouds passed completely and i was shocked! i watched a dynamic spectacle of light with my mouth open. the pole was thousands of kilometers away from us but some flashes reached our heads. an unforgettable experience. karin and borje (the owners of the centre) said that they had never seen the northern lights here. what surprised me the most was the dynamics of this phenomenon. some of the flames lit the whole sky above us within a second! "the solar wind ejected by the sun towards our planet near the poles is tilted by the earth's magnetic field, causing atoms to be excited in the polar area, resulting in a glow" this is how wikipedia briefly describes the formation of northern lights.
colour depends on the specific gas and the height at which it occurs. green is oxygen... ___________________________________________________________
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A commissioned work in progress...❄️ aurora borealis
'a natural electrical phenomenon characterized by the appearance of streamers of reddish or greenish light in the sky, especially near the northern or southern magnetic pole. the effect is caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the upper atmosphere. in northern and southern regions it is respectively called aurora borealis or northern lights and aurora australis or southern lights' - so there you have it!
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