Journal: Trip in Iceland with Photoresk, At Night
Auroras appear mainly green on the camera, but beware that it doesn’t look the same when we see them with our bare eyes. They look whiter than greener, quite similar to clouds. But with the difference that we can see stars through Auroras and that they can suddenly burst in the sky in many different forms.
Auroras are magnificient, different each time and difficult to catch, and I think these are all the resons why I love them so much. Would we be able to see them at home on a regular basis, I would not be fascinated anymore. Seeing Auroras is for me more than just a show, it makes me feel serene and accomplished when it happens, as an reward for the challenge of travelling to remote northern locations, where climate can be tough, and for being patient.
Thinking about going for an Aurora hunt? I can only recommend you to come with comfortable and warm clothes, a lot of patience and be ready for the magic!
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