The aurora season is here again and I figured I’d do a short post here regarding when and where to photograph it. When I’m browsing pictures online, sometimes seeing aurora pictures and checking the comment section, I see a lot of questions and responses from people that all have something to say about the northern lights (aka aurora). As someone who has seen and photographed the aurora many times, here is my little guide.
The northern lights can be seen in the arctic. Great places to see it include Iceland, Northern Norway, Northern Canada and Greenland. Basically everything between 65° and 75° Latitude, but during strong aurora storms it can even be seen from Scotland (which is extremely rare).
There is no ‘best’ place to see the aurora. It just appears, and the…
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