Directly Beneath the Aurora Borealis

  • Photographer
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • Date of Photograph
    27 February, 2023
  • Technical Info
    ISO1000, f/2.8, 2.5sec, 13mm, Full Frame sensor

Yellowknife is a hotspot for aurora viewing since it is situated in the middle of where the Northenlights appear. From the city center, I drove an hour by car into the complete darkness to go to the Ice Road. When I looked up at the sky, I could already see the lights getting brighter and brighter. I knew without a doubt that it would be the brightest auroras of my 28-days stay. A place where we could be alone with the Northern lights, and with no one could disturb us. The lights sway like a river in the sky full of stars. The swirling lights pour down from the sky to all four cadinal points.

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