Sometimes you forget what's the most important thing while traveling. It's not the weather. It's those memories you get from being out there, the people you spend time with and the places you find. Remember to be happy even when it's cloudy and raining. ✨
So much beauty in one picture😍😍 Try and find the person in this picture and comment AMAZING when you do!!
12 284317 hours ago
I was so excited when I saw there was a solar flare right before I headed north. I packed my camera, my much neglected wide angle lens and tripod and high hopes of capturing amazing northern lights. Tonight the KP index was super high and I planned to head out to the lake just outside of town and wait for them to appear. We spent the entire day flying, and it was a long 15 hours. But on the way home tonight I watched the bright green northern lights dance alongside the wings of the plane for the entire hour an a half. It was gorgeous!! So while I didnt get to capture them to share with you, I got to once again experience something most people will never get to see. Northern lights at 20 000ft are pretty damn amazing!!! These are the things that make me miss this job and living up north so so so much. #downwithjax#flightmedic#paramedic#medivac#kingair200#northernalberta#highlevel#northernlights#auroraborealis#ambulance#missthissomuch#happytobeback#aeromedical#aes
7 8238 hours ago
Hey what's up everyone,
My 3rd image i'm sharing with you, as i've been given this opportunity to take over the @universetoday :) Equipment:
canon rebel t6i
14mm f2.8 lens
Edited in lightroom
This was taken Sept 23, 2017 at midnight in Hay River, NT Canada close to a campground's called The 2 seasons adventures. This image is one that i've been after ever since we started to get dark nights here in the north. All summer long we have almost 24 hours of daylight and no chance of chasing the aurora at all, up until about a month ago it started to get dark enough to see them again. I came to this location a few time or more but the northern lights weren't lined up with this pond/creek until this night. Middle of the night quite dark and cold out, with temperature at 0 degrees celsius. But i waited it out long enough to capture this image that i been wanting to get and i got it. Hay River gets the aurora borealis quite good here in the seasons and they have been very active over the last month. To see more like this and other images of mine please feel free to come to my page @aarontambourphotography for a visit as i have a lot of photos to show.
Thanks again to @universetoday for letting me show off my work and to you the viewers for checking out my posted images.
Thank you very much :) #canada#northwestterritories#hayriver#astronomy#astrophotography#astrophotos#astro#nightsky#aurora#auroraborealis#northernlights#universe#cosmos#longexposure#nature#landscape#night#sky#beautiful#space#nightimages#stars#science
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