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Night at the Thing

By Hugeknot
Last night at Žingvellir (can you read these Icelandic letters?).

There was a strong aurora burning red behind the Oxarafoss waterfall. I took a whole series of shots. this is the result of 3 exposures and a bit of manipulation to get rid of the footprints on the walkway.

Tags: Snow Night Aurora Iceland Thingvellir Landscape and travel Oxarafoss Žingvellir

Voters: Strobe, Richsr, wasper and 27 more

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Comments


Strobe Plus
10 1.3k United States
8 Jan 2008 12:35PM
WOW, that is awesome colours
Marc

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Richsr Plus
10 91 223 England
8 Jan 2008 12:36PM
Stunning sky - well processed.
Richard.
User_Removed Junior Member 11 16 England
8 Jan 2008 1:04PM
Beautiful capture! Would a bit less f/g and a bit more sky have worked even better?
Andrew
johnlw Plus
11 1 10 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2008 1:18PM
Nice shot great sky
Regards John
8 Jan 2008 1:33PM
aaaargh I was here 3 weeks ago and I didnt get those auroras! Great stuff!
jaktis Plus
14 84 Sweden
8 Jan 2008 2:19PM
The letters are readeable, but I can“t understand them. Smashing result

Peter
8 Jan 2008 2:53PM
Wow!
GalleryGirl 10 4 2 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2008 3:24PM
Looks great! I can't read the letters but can see them.
Marilyn x
User_Removed 10 172 1 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2008 3:50PM
Double WOW!
Mark
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
8 Jan 2008 6:03PM
Stunning aurora Tony. One phenomena I want to see ! Ron.
8 Jan 2008 6:27PM
Powerful colour Tony, the letters are there (only the first one look unusual)but how do we pronounce them?

Mike
Hugeknot 12 1.2k 2 Iceland
8 Jan 2008 7:39PM
Oh, good question Mike
ž is like th in bath
š is like th in bathe
PatrickSmith Plus
13 1.2k 2 United States
9 Jan 2008 5:22AM
Very otherworldly. I like it a lot.

Patrick

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