Having been shut out by clouds to the first big aurora show late Tuesday and early Wednesday, I had my fingers crossed that the sky would clear for aurora on night two! Initially, I not only had a bit of an aurora dance but it was blanketed in ice fog! I've never seen a glow like this before! I could see the strong bands of aurora dancing their hearts out through the thick, low ice fog. It certainly created a very ominous atmosphere!
Thinking I wasn't going to see much more than the green glow, I somewhat packed it in! However, once back in the house I checked the Aurora forecast once again and knowing that a full fledged storm was in action ... I headed back outside on the hopes that the ice fog would clear! Lucky for me ... it did!!! Let's Dance!
The Aurora Borealis are an amazing phenomena! They make staying out in the cold til' the early morning hours worth it! No matter how often one may see them, they will still mesmerize you again and again!