Home full of stars (and aurora)

8. November 2022

As we lose stars in the sky due to extending problems with light pollution, we usually can’t see the unpolluted night sky from the places where we live. In bigger cities, only a few stars in the sky are visible. But in Lofoten (Norway), in this not much-overpopulated area, many houses have exclusive views of the sky. So as we had from our accommodation. Nice northern lights and dark night sky with Milky Way directly from the garden. Such a beautiful place to live!
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Location: Leknes, Lofoten – Norway
Date: 1st of November 2022
Equipment: Canon R6 modified from the tripod

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