Northern Lights over the lake on Friday night.
I missed my chance to take picts of the best part of the show because I was too busy grabbing my gear. By the time I was back outside, the lights had become very fuzzy and faint.
The pictures we done at 400ISO with exposure ranging from 15 to 25 seconds @ f4.
The lake looks smooth because of the long exposures, but it was windy, as you can see in the blurred trees on the right.
You can see the Big Dipper on the upper left of some pictures and you can guess that Cassiopeia is on the upper right.
The lake and the rocks on the lake are lit up by the almost full Moon that was rising behind the trees on the right far outside of the camera’s field of view.
The Northern Lights season is only beginning, I will get lots of other occasions to take pictures.