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@lil, welcome to our beautiful city. February and March are the months where it is easiest to capture Aurora borealis when the sky are clear. If you like to capture somthing else who is beautiful and different, you should bring you camera in June-august when we have 24 hours sun (midnight sun). Also beautiful. I would have been jealous too if I didnt live here.
Stunning. Great Capture. I am proud to be born and live in this City. Even though the city lights, you can see the fantastic Aurora Borealis. People fly from the other side of the world to see this. As Arctic_man say, you all welcome to Tromsø to see this and capture it yourself. I remember when we grew up we used to wave with something white in hope that Aurora waved back to us (I believe she did )
Amazing! Was on Bryan Adams concert last friday in Norway, but didnt capture any pictures like this, even though me and my fiance had a fantastic night after winning VIP tickets from Gjøvik Football league, UTPILS(The concert orginizer), The Norwegian Cancer soceity and SAS airlines who flew us there. Will never forget that!! Thanks for shareing this picture with us
I love this one. You can see that there is a bound between them....with or without some toes the thing that they look in the direction they do make a balance for sitting with the back towards the wide empty space behind them....other wise I would have had more space in front of them. But as I say the eyes direction make it fair though. VERY NICE!!
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