It was only my second time seeing aurora since the great storm that happened to coincide with the Perseid meteor shower during the morning of August 12th, 2000. Unfortunately I did not have a tripod when I took these photos. I think they turned out ok though considering. A very powerful storm. My first time seeing multi-coloured aurora. These photos were taken in an area centering around the vicinity of Lighthouse Cove, Ontario.11/07/04
The beginning of a large storm. Almost every kind of auroral activity possible was observed. Sheets, strobes, pulsations, waves, spotlights, etc. Although the colours were not as intense as the previous storm I viewed and predominately green. These photos were taken in the general area of St. Joachim, Ontario.11/08/04
Back for seconds. The storm from November 7th still rages into the night. And a little more experimenting on the camera by me. This time I took the photos in and around Lighthouse Cove, Ontario.11/09/04
A second decent sized storm is triggered, building on the remnants of activity from the previous nights. I experiment more with the camera. This was actually just a small substorm that lasted maybe 15 minutes at it's most intense. I had to sleep unfortunately and missed a much larger substorm later in the morning. I also constructed a short movie clip out of some of the photos I took. These photos were taken a little ways east of Lighthouse Cove, Ontario. Chatham, Ontario can be seen in the distance in some pictures.05/15/05
These photos were taken along the northern edge of Wixom, Michigan, just inside the Proud Lake Recreation Area.12/14/06
A powerful storm that put on a rather disappointing display here. Still far better than nothing since this happened during solar minimum. It was apparently a pretty awesome display elsewhere. The first batch of photos were taken around Belle River, Ontario. The second batch during a later substorm were taken around Lighthouse Cove, Ontario..