The Observer II

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    From two weeks ago.Here again my wife posing as the observer.

    This day the moon was shining bright, making the foreground much more visible than with non-snow, non-moon Aurora shots.

    dave.silverado, r e n e c o r t i s, and 161 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. rianklong 67 months ago | reply

      So amazing cool it almost doesn't look real! I wanted to see the aurora so badly when I visited, but it didn't work out...next time!

    2. Gregor Samsa 66 months ago | reply

      just a fairy tale story ! wonderful ...

    3. xtremepeaks 66 months ago | reply

      absolutely suberb! Congrats on the earthshots win!

    4. Sergio Parisi 66 months ago | reply

      Wow !!!! This is awesome !!!! Congrats.

    5. wax| [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      You live in one of the most beautifull countries in the world. amazing shot.

    6. <<<sattwika>>> 66 months ago | reply

      how can a human been by standed in front of that and just not get desintegrated????????? this pic just blow my mind-------

      i´d like you to post it in my grupo, sorry i don{t know yet how to invite you directly.., so i left the link to you to made the choise:P

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      TNKS!!

    7. Soleil is me. 66 months ago | reply

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    8. RaleighSue [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      I am just observing this, please don't take offense, but doesn't it seem, after being distracted by the amazing Aurora, that anything else in the picture, such as a human or car, are insignificant.
      It's like when you see a picture of an Aurora with extra objects you think "ugh, out of the way, please! I am absorbing the awesomeness...."
      :)
      Your wife in the picture is sweet, but the Aurora...its so great that it would have to be a really stunning picture of her (wife) to make it a good picture. Like if she were closer to the camera(facing it maybe), expressing an intense look of awe, with the Aurora in the background, it might make an awesome picture....

    9. -Charleton- 65 months ago | reply

      Seriously, why are you so good? I love this shot. I wish I was there, would love to visit that place someday.

    10. ¡.LINDA.! 65 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Diamond Star*, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    11. Sian Bowi 65 months ago | reply

      This is just magical. It is my dream to see the Aurora.
      Well done on a stunning capture.

    12. Sprocket12 64 months ago | reply

      wow! so amazing. the sky is breathtaking.

    13. Faye Photon 64 months ago | reply

      no words to describe this!

    14. .Kalliope. 63 months ago | reply

      wow!...surreale!

    15. sigfus.sigmundsson 63 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Exploring Iceland, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    16. d.v.g 53 months ago | reply

      I suposse such an spectacle should make the observer feel really small and tiny.

    17. ep_jhu 6 weeks ago | reply

      I like the composition for this shot

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