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Chasing the Aurora – An Amateur's Perspective
Editor's Choice / Inspiration

Chasing the Aurora – An Amateur's Perspective

When most Albertans go to sleep I am usually checking the current geomagnetic data – I am chasing the northern lights, also known as aurora borealis. Around Edmonton auroras are visible approximately 40 times a year, even more so further north. When I came to Canada I thought auroras can […]

Racing the Lights
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Racing the Lights

As you can imagine, living at 42.9837° N in London, Ontario, Canada doesn’t give me much of an opportunity to see the lights. And on the rare occasions that they do happen, I have to compete with cloud cover, moonlight and bright city lights. But that’s what makes it so fun! If […]

PHOTONews reader captures the Northern Lights!
News

PHOTONews reader captures the Northern Lights!

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Arctic Aurora & Autumn Caribou by Wayne Lynch
Destinations / Editor's Choice

Arctic Aurora & Autumn Caribou by Wayne Lynch

I’ve been photographing nature for a very long time, beginning a decade or so before Elvis left the building. In the years since then I became a fulltime profes- sional photographer and have led nearly 200 photo trips to exotic wildlife destina- tions on every continent. Until recently, I had […]