June 28-29, we had a nice showing of Aurora Borealis in central Alberta. I went out around 11pm and the best part of the show was from about 12:45-1:0a.m. Temperature was warm and watching the last its of sunset disappear was amazing considering how late it was. Originally I had found a slough that would have reflected the lights nicely, but the quantity of mosquitos made me rethink the desicion. Instead, I headed for open fields. There were still a few mosquitos, but at least they were tolerable enough that I could concentrate on my camera gear enough to make some images.
[Olympus E-M5, Rokinon 7.5mm Fisheye]