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Old Oct 23, 2007, 8:09 PM   #11
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oooooooooooo..... I think these are great!

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Old Oct 25, 2007, 9:08 AM   #12
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Superbly done!

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Old Oct 28, 2007, 11:17 AM   #13
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Thanx Tiger and selvin.

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Awesome Gisli! It must be so nice to experience one of natures wonders at your doorstep....cheers...Don
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Old Oct 31, 2007, 3:42 AM   #15
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Gisli,

What a surreal world for those of us who don't have auroras in hometowns.
How north do we have to be to see them? I also wonder if they lighten the surroundings in colors as much as a fullmoon.

On the other, no surprisingly, you shared a great series with us again. As bahadir also well remembered, seeing your tractor again made me feel as if I was there before.

Hope you'll share some other colors with us soon.

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Old Nov 2, 2007, 1:17 PM   #16
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Hello Gisli again!

Lovely series (yet again) of aurora photos!!

Maybe for some reason I can't explain, the way the snow and the bands of "snow free ridges" across the mountain in the first and last photo is very special / captivating.

But I can't let this "opportunity" go... photo 2 isn't your "best photo"... it appears slightly blurry all over (I expect slight camera movement) and some noise or weird patchy colour near the camera. Good to see even a "master photographer" has his less than perfect photo every now and then :? .. in your case about 1 in 1000!

Thanks for sharing.... (and I'm sure you take the above paragraph with good humour!)

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Old Nov 3, 2007, 5:56 AM   #17
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Thanks guys:-)..Paul the second picture was taken in a heavy windI was surprised that it was not worse I tried to use my car for cover and I was holding the neck strap just in case.

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Old Nov 3, 2007, 6:08 AM   #18
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Thanks for explaining, Gisli!

Considering the circumstances you made a wonderful photo (even if was not quite the "100% perfect quality we are used to expect from you!)!!

I know what you mean about holding the neckstrap of the tripod-mounted camera "just in case"... i've had to do that on a few occasions too!

Thanks for sharing your awesome photos..

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