Another great collection of images
Written by Andy Kale   
Friday, 06 September 2013

We've been sent some terrific photos recently from the rather active few weeks. It's so good to see so many people are getting out to witness the Northern Lights. Thanks to the following for taking their cameras with them - Bruce Comeau, Matt Melnyk, Theresa Tanner, Dan Jurak, June Fox, Paul Zizka, Alan Drobot, Mathew Stewart and Ryan Ranido.

Images are shown chronologically.

 



 



Bruce Comeau sent us this great image captured near Devon, AB of the event on 16 August.

 



 

Matt Melnyk took these great shots from the event on 22 August.


  

 



 

Theresa Tanner took these great photos northeast of Lacombe, AB around midnight on 22 August.


  

  

 



 

Matt Melnyk captured these photos while flying from Edmonton to Provost, AB between 12:00 and 01:00 on 23 August.


  

 



 

Dan Jurak captured these great pictures from Elk Island National Park (at Astotin Lake) on 22 August.


  

 



 

Matt Melnyk took these great shots flying to High Level, AB on 24 August. The ground shots are at High Level between 02:00 and 03:00. The aerial shots were taken at 25,000ft at around 03:30. You can see more pictures in Matt's Gallery.


  

  

  

  

  

 



 


Theresa Tanner sent this great picture from around 02:00 on 28 August.

 



 

June Fox shared these wonderful images from 02:08 on 31 August north east of Water Valley, AB. The church image is west of Cochrane, AB from 22:45 on August 30.


  

 



 



Paul Zizka sent this great image from Peyto Lake in Banff National Park around 02:30 on 31 August.

 



 




Alan Drobot managed to capture a 'sun-aligned arc' auroral formation in this great image taken around 01:00 on 31 August.

 



 



Mathew Stewart captured a great timelapse over Gull Lake, AB on 31 August. You can see his timelapse at:< br />Matt's timelapse.

 



 

Theresa Tanner shared these great photos on consecutive nights starting 31 August.


  

 



 

Ryan Ranido captured these great images in Edmonton, around 22:35 during the event on 1 September.


  

  

 



 
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