Yet another Aurora no show on the Northern coast

Yet another Aurora no show on the Northern coast

For the second time this year, I've gone to the northern coast in search of the Northern Lights in Ireland. We got to Dunluce castle for 10pm & quickly decided that we needed to relocate to a better location as the light pollution in the area was terrible from cars coming & going & mobile phones. 10 minutes down the road is the Giants Causeway. This was actually the 1st time I remember ever being at the causeway & it was a far better location. It's a pity about the very bright moon behind us, but at least she brightened up the landscape for out long exposure shots. Here's a slightly different angle from the normal tourist view of the causeway.

Someday, we've going to travel up there & the Aurorae are going to come out to play for us.

Crosses fingers.

Camera: Canon EOS 60D (Canon)
Camera Lens:
Focal Length: 50 mm
Exposure: 30 sec
Aperture: N/A
ISO: 800

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    tadalafil @ 2016-06-05 13:49:17