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Image was taken on January 31, 2012 at Kvaløya (whale) island Tromsø, Norway.A beatiful North Light streches across the clear sky, giving great reflections in the sea.Canon EOS 7D, with Tokina 11-16 f/2.810 second exposure ISO 640 f/2.8
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-Passionate hobby photographer.-Live in Tromsø, Norway.-Work as a technical engineer at the University hospital of North-Norway, (UNN).
-My current equipment are: Canon EOS 7D Tokina 11-16 mm f/2.8 Canon EF 24 – 70L mm f/2.8 Tamron 180 mm macro f/3,5 Canon 420EX Various filters, Tripods, remote shutter etc
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just beautiful, would love to see it in person one day.
Wow. Absolutely stunning!!
Just beautiful, wish I could see this one day.
Stunning capture Frank! Love it.
Wow, stunning capture and colors Frank.
this is wonderful!nice work!
Beautiful light show
Fantastisk bilde Frank :)
I have seen many aurora photos, but none so beautiful and dramatic as this one! Congratulations.
Thank you so much, Bette!I’ve looked up your profile, and your images are great. Specially the forest one with all the bright green colors.I noticed you say tha you are at your best alone with just the camera. It was as I’ve should say it myself. I’m sometimes staying out for hours in low, sub-zero temperatures. But I love it!Although I often get out on our aurora hunts with a friend, I’m most often alone by myself. But I never feel lonely.Best – Frank
– Frank Olsen