Downtown aurora, Oct 6

These were seen from my house downtown Fairbanks around 9pm.

Big aurora storm is still coming through and though I was not planning on going out this week, I think I might end up heading out tonight anyway.

Sony a6000, Rokinon 12mm. Aperture Priority, ISO at either 800, 2000 or 4000.

I also darkened most of these just a bit during post-processing since they were so light that they looked odd to me. Got to to relearn how to properly set my camera to shoot aurora!

I was not planning on going out at all this week since I’ve got a house project with a deadline deadline, but given the data I might head out tonight anyway.

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