Thursday, April 17, 2008

Auroras

Aurora's are something that is to do with ice crystals and light. I was lucky many years ago,to see one from our deck. I put a couple of pictures of them, from spaceweather on the side of the blog.
There are many beautiful pictures at http://spaceweather.com/
I wrote about this link before. They have such good information about the sky.
Meteor showers, sundogs, pillars and rainbows, just to name a few..I really never knew half of these things existed. Even if you don't witness them first hand, it is fun to take a look at the pictures.
There is something so beautiful about the sky, even the cloud formations..take the time to look up. You never know what you might see. At night go outside, sit and look up at the stars..the peace you will feel is wonderful. It gives you food for thought and it is there for all of us to enjoy. Don't waste this beauty..

Till next time, keep looking up..

17 comments:

Rosihue said...

wow! those are great shots! so beautiful!

High Desert Diva said...

Someday, I will see one of these magical skies in person...

Sarah McBride said...

I had the opportunity to go to Alaska when I was younger and remember vividly the bauty of the Aurora. It is a sigh I shall never forget.
Great link I am of to visit it now! thanks for sharing!

Sarah McBride said...

I cannot type and apparently dont proofread either.
It should say "beauty: and sight I shall never forget. Not sign.

sigh.

Music Luva Mutha said...

Those pictures are so pretty!! True miracles!! xo

Helen said...

Wow! Those are some photos. Thanks for sharing. They made my day ... really. Just breathtaking.

~Stella said...

Thanks for that link, very cool!

Cerra said...

Those are awesome! I`d like to see them in person sometime.

H.E.Eigler said...

when I lived in northern Canada it was the auroras I loved most. They sure reminded me that my life is very, very small in comparison to the world, nature and all it contains.

Crystal said...

those picture are beautiful!!! And don't worry the "panny bannet" will be making her appearance momentarily!

The Nature Nut said...

Love your post! I am always watching the sky since we moved out to the middle of the corn fields. The sky here is so huge compared to the little patch I could see between the houses when we lived in the 'burbs. I have seen a few auroras here and I'm always awed by the bazillions of stars that we see out here compared to what we see in the city. I'm also a big fan of sun rises and sunsets.

Since moving out here the sky has become one of my best friends :o)

Ms Dragonfly said...

they are unreal, so beautiful!

Jessica said...

wow!!! that is gorgeous!! i'm so jealous that you got to see one!

Eamon said...

Great shots. Best things in life are free ..

M.KATE said...

absolutely beautiful !!

Brandon said...

Beautiful shots!
You are blessed!

Melissa

ppdesigns said...

i love those aurora photos! if only i could be there in person to see it - amazing!