Photos by NH Astrophotographer Christopher Georgia

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“Chasing the aurora borealis can be a bit frustrating at times. I follow the prediction maps quite regularly, however I don’t always catch a show. On this particular night I was out with a few fellow photographers running time lapse and shooting various compositions of the night sky while patiently waiting for the elusive aurora borealis to put on a show. After a long night and no show we began working on portraits under the stars. Upon arriving home and reviewing the images of the night, I realized there was a very subtle northern lights show happening directly behind me.”

 

 

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Photos by NH Astrophotographer Christopher Georgia

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