In the evening of the 17th there was again some Auroral (Nordlys) activity in the sky, and me and my girlfriend rushed out to get a glimpse of it. Unfortunately the moon was quite bright so the pictures didnt become the best ones ever, but the scenery was awesome. White mountains and tundra lit up by moonlight, with green mist on the dark blue skye. And as the last picture shows, it was a pretty cold evening. -18 Celsius demands proper clothes. But I find it quite remarkable that I managed to get a bright moon and aurora in the same picture!
Newfoundland: The Avalon Peninsula in June
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