"Falling in Love"

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Tue Dec 17 17:40:01 2002 UTC



This photograph was really a lucky shot, since the red aurora only lasted for about one minute ! In the picture you may find both Jupiter and Saturn together with the Hyades and the Pleiades. It was a three quarter moon on the occasion, and I used a 50 mm at F. 1.8 and 400 ASA film. The exposure lasted for about 10 seconds.

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Lyra & Cabin

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Mon Nov 29 21:18:01 2004 UTC

Chasing the aurora, I find great pleasure in nightscape motives. The forground is lit up by carlights.


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Lyra Aurora

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Mon Nov 29 21:18:01 2004 UTC

This is a 8 sec. exposure using a 50mm lens at F:1.4. from 12th November 2004

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Aurora 8. November 2004

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Mon Nov 29 21:09:01 2004 UTC

Although I missed the great show due to thick clouds, I was lucky to get some shots from 8 and 12 november.

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Merry Christmas

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Sun Dec 21 13:23:01 2003 UTC

With this photo from the 17th of November 2003, I wish you all a Merry Christmas.

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Orion in red

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Sun Dec 21 11:23:01 2003 UTC



The last time I sent a photo to the spacew.com gallery I was hoping for the aurora to sneak into the scene with orion the hunter. On the 20th of November my preyers were heard. I have now updated photos from October and November on my homepage, which has been moved to a new location.

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Mirror, mirror on the wall...

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Sat Nov 1 14:29:01 2003 UTC



When the northern light show on the 14th had subsided and was driving home in my car, I was once again thrilled by Orion`s beauty, reflecting in a pond beside the road. I stopped the car immediately to shoot this photo. Next time I will wish for the aurora to sneak into the scene on a night when the moon is 3/4 full.

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Aurora Curtain

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Sat Nov 1 14:07:01 2003 UTC



Having missed the great storm on October 29 and Oct. 30 due to thick clouds, I comfort myself by watching all the fantastic photos coming in to this gallery. I still would like to share with you this aurora curtain photografh from the 14th of October.


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Winter Orion

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Sun Apr 20 15:34:01 2003 UTC



This photo was shot on the 27th of February 2003. I was out trying to catch the northern lights on film. I got some photos, but it was the sight of the jewels on the night sky that was most breathtaking.


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Moon & Venus

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Wed Mar 12 12:38:01 2003 UTC



This photo was shot just before dawn of the 27th of January 2003, using my old Canon AE-1 camera with a 28mm lens at F.2.8. Fuji Provia 400, Exposure 2 sec.


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"Cosmic Jewels"

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Fri Jan 10 20:38:02 2003 UTC



If you think it is cold and the winter is too long, the sight of Orion and the other cosmic jewels might warm you up inside

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"Christmas Tree"

Submitted by: Ragnar Johnskaas at Tue Dec 17 17:46:01 2002 UTC



Jupiter as the star in top of a christmas tree. The photo is taken on 1. April 2001. Notice the faint aurora. The photograph "Falling in Love" is taken only two minutes later in the same direction.

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"Fantasy Forest", 10th September 2002

Submitted by: RAGNAR_JOHNSKÅS at Tue Dec 10 21:10:01 2002 UTC



We had been on our way home twice, because the aurora had subsided, when a green band of light was rising and curling in the north. We turned, drove back to the lake and shot this photograph. 15 sec. exposure using a 50 mm lens.

© Ragnar Johnskås

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"The Spectator", Norway, 10th September 2002

Submitted by: RAGNAR_JOHNSKÅS at Tue Dec 10 21:01:02 2002 UTC



Big trouts were jumping vividly in the "Cat Owl's Lake", disturbing the reflection of the stars. Just a few hour earlier a Golden Eagle, fighting to get on it's wings, rose from the moors only 50 yards from the fireplace. I did not miss anything in the world this evening. Even my wife Bente was there, shooting her first aurora photograph. Can you see the faint meteor in the upper right ?

© Ragnar Johnskås

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