New images: Northern Lights in Norway

If you want to see some images of Northern Lights that I took in February during a trip to Norway, just check out the Landscapes gallery.
Northern Lights have been very high on my priority list since I first saw some of that spectacular phenomenon a few years ago while staying on the Lofoten Islands.

Here in Europe, the Aurora Borealis can best be observed in northern Scandinavia, above the Arctic Circle.
In winter, it can be bitterly cold up there, but once the sky explodes with Northern Lights, you soon forget about the cold and just stand there in awe watching that pure beauty.

The images were taken with wide angle lenses of 14mm, 17mm and 24mm. ISO settings varied between 800 and 1600. Exposure times went from 5 to 25 seconds