Thanks buddy. This year has been the first for me to experience it, not once but twice already. It's very unusual to see it so far down in Stockholm, you'd usually have to travel up north to experience it.I've wanted to see the aurora all of my life. I don't think I'll get that chance.
Is it also audible? My sister was visiting relatives in Finland and swore she could hear a weird hissing crackling. She wasn't sure if it was the aurora or the accent of the guy hitting on her...
Well you do also need clear skies to see them, you don't get that much in the big city this time of year. So yeah we were lucky, but you see this more regularly up north.wait, what? Unusual in Stockholm? At a little over 59°N latitude? Go up north? Eeek, not biding well on my hopes to see them in my back yard at a bit under 43°N latitude.
Haha thanks man. Well not any new ones but photography has been a major one. Planning on moving into mirrorless camera territory soon. Probably a Nikon Z6, that thing can handle high ISO very well, it weighs less and it has a thing called peak focusing that I absolutely love haha7 years. Kewl. Any itches?
I still look forward to reading your posts.