Just back from a road trip with good friends of mine in the Lofoten islands. We had a couple of nights with strong aurora events, stronger than what I have seen on my previous trips to Lofoten.
We had freezing fog the other day, and as I got home last night the sky was clear and the trees where all frosted. So I stepped outside with my camera and made a couple of exposures. It was freezing cold, and waiting for the 1 minute 40 seconds exposure to finish I realised I should have put on more warm clothes. But the result was ok.
The aurora event I photographed from Flakstad, I posted an image from this event last week, did not last for long. I managed to get a couple of shots before it faded. And this is one of the images, with the Big Dipper (US), or Plough (UK), in the background.
And about a couple of hours after the sunset shot the aurora appeared through the thin cloud cover. It lasted for a short while before disappearing again, but I got a couple of nice shots.