Oct 30-31 2003 Aurora

Submitted by: Lori at Fri Nov 14 22:23:03 2003 UTC

I missed the substorm earlier in the evening, but was lucky enough to catch the end of the show Oct.31 1:30 to 3:00 UTC. 28mm lens, f2:8 15-20 second exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra print film.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Oct 29-30 2003 Aurora

Submitted by: Lori at Fri Nov 14 22:23:03 2003 UTC

The sky cleared just long enough to take these pictures on Oct.30, between 3:45 and 4:00 UTC. It was 15 minutes of "heavenly rays"! 50mm lens, f2 with 15 second exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra film.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

October 29-30 2003 Aurora

Submitted by: Lori at Fri Nov 14 21:52:01 2003 UTC

The sky cleared just long enough to take these pictures on Oct.30, between 3:45 and 4:00 UTC. It was 15 minutes of "heavenly rays"! 50mm lens, f2 with 15 second exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra film.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Rays September 18

Submitted by: pbc at Sat Sep 27 23:29:02 2003 UTC

submitted by Lori These rays covered the entire sky for over 30 minutes just after sunrise at 7:10 am Sept.18, 03. Taken with a 50mm lens and also a Yashica Zoomate. Film: Fuji 800 Superia X-Tra.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Rays September 18

Submitted by: pbc at Sat Sep 27 23:29:02 2003 UTC

submitted by Lori These rays covered the entire sky for over 30 minutes just after sunrise at 7:10 am Sept.18, 03. Taken with a 50mm lens and also a Yashica Zoomate. Film: Fuji 800 Superia X-Tra.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Rays September 18

Submitted by: pbc at Sat Sep 27 23:29:02 2003 UTC

submitted by Lori These rays covered the entire sky for over 30 minutes just after sunrise at 7:10 am Sept.18, 03. Taken with a 50mm lens and also a Yashica Zoomate. Film: Fuji 800 Superia X-Tra.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Aug 18th Aurora

Submitted by: pbc at Tue Aug 26 20:52:04 2003 UTC

Submitted by Lori, King City, Ontario This was a beautiful aurora. Since there was no time to drive to a darker location, I took these images right from our driveway. 50mm lens, f2 with 15-20 seconds exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Aug 18th Aurora

Submitted by: pbc at Tue Aug 26 20:52:04 2003 UTC

Submitted by Lori, King City, Ontario This was a beautiful aurora. Since there was no time to drive to a darker location, I took these images right from our driveway. 50mm lens, f2 with 15-20 seconds exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Aug 18th Aurora

Submitted by: pbc at Tue Aug 26 20:52:04 2003 UTC

Submitted by Lori, King City, Ontario This was a beautiful aurora. Since there was no time to drive to a darker location, I took these images right from our driveway. 50mm lens, f2 with 15-20 seconds exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Aug 18th Aurora

Submitted by: pbc at Tue Aug 26 20:52:04 2003 UTC

Submitted by Lori, King City, Ontario This was a beautiful aurora. Since there was no time to drive to a darker location, I took these images right from our driveway. 50mm lens, f2 with 15-20 seconds exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

August 18th Aurora

Submitted by: pbc at Tue Aug 26 20:52:04 2003 UTC

Submitted by Lori, King City, Ontario This was a beautiful aurora. Since there was no time to drive to a darker location, I took these images right from our driveway. 50mm lens, f2 with 15-20 seconds exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Morning Mist

Submitted by: pbc at Mon Jul 14 21:14:01 2003 UTC

Sunrise on July 5th, 2003 at 5:30 AM - King City, Ontario Yashica Zoomate, Fujicolor Superia 200

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Aurora June 17th, 2003

Submitted by: Lori at Thu Jun 26 21:40:02 2003 UTC

This was the final stage of activity on June 17th, 4:45 UTC over the Greater Toronto Area. 28mm lens @ f2.8, 15-20 second exposure. Fuji 800 Superia X-tra.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy 2003.

Aurora June 17th, 2003

Submitted by: Lori at Thu Jun 26 21:32:01 2003 UTC

This was the final stage of activity on June 17th, 4:45 UTC over the Greater Toronto Area. 28mm lens @ f2.8, 15-20 second exposure. Fuji 800 Superia X-tra.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy 2003.

Half Hour Magic

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jun 22 20:33:03 2003 UTC

This beautiful aurora was long overdue for me here in the Greater Toronto area. The short event on June 17th started at 4:30 UTC, peaked at 4:45 UTC and quietly faded soon after. 28mm lens @ f2.8,15-20 second exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy 2003.

Half Hour Magic

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jun 22 20:18:01 2003 UTC

This beautiful aurora was long overdue for me here in the Greater Toronto area. The short event on June 17th started at 4:30 UTC, peaked at 4:45 UTC and quietly faded soon after. 28mm lens @ f2.8,15-20 second exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy 2003.

Half Hour Magic

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jun 22 20:18:01 2003 UTC

This beautiful aurora was long overdue for me here in the Greater Toronto area. The short event on June 17th started at 4:30 UTC, peaked at 4:45 UTC and quietly faded soon after. 28mm lens @ f2.8,15-20 second exposure on Fuji 800 Superia X-tra.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy 2003.

Sunrisepillars

Submitted by: Lori at Sun May 4 13:26:01 2003 UTC

Only five minutes later the colour of the sky changed significantly, but the sun still had not crept up over the horizon. Feb 03, 2003, at 7:20 am, King City, Ontario.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy.

Sunrise with sunpillars

Submitted by: Lori at Sun May 4 13:08:02 2003 UTC

Nothing like starting the day with a beautiful sunrise.The extra bonus was a faint sunpillar.Feb 03, 2003 at 7:15 am, King City, north of Toronto, Canada.

SUNDOG

Submitted by: Lori at Tue Mar 11 17:06:01 2003 UTC

On February 13th, at 8 am, I captured these intense SUNDOGS with my Yashica Zoomate105SE, a welcome surprise on a cold winter morning.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy

Light Pillars

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Feb 2 19:08:01 2003 UTC

January 22/03, at 4 UT we had the phenomenon of Light Pillars again. This time I followed the beams of light and found the source about 2 km from my house.The two tall pillars are from a lumber yard, the others are from a high school, also about 2-3 km away. Three images - Ricoh 28mm f2.8, 15-20 seconds. Copyright 2003 Lori

Sun Pillar

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jan 26 21:11:01 2003 UTC

Just before the sun disappeared on the horizon, one last light-beam! January 06/03 at 4:45 p.m.

Copyright (c) 2003 by Lori, All Rights Reserved.


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Sun Pillars

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jan 26 21:11:01 2003 UTC

This image was taken in the afternoon, on Jan.06/03 at 4:30 p.m.

Copyright (c) 2003 by Lori, All Rights Reserved.


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Sun Pillars

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jan 26 20:56:01 2003 UTC

My Image of a morning Sun Pillar. January was a quiet month for Aurora activity,but the cold weather had other surprises like these Sun Pillars. This image was taken on January 10/03 at 7:30 a.m.

Copyright (c)2003 by Lori, All Rights Reserved.


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My image of Light Pillars

Submitted by: Lori at Tue Dec 10 21:47:01 2002 UTC

This image was taken shortly after the previous photo which I entered earlier. Dec.1st,facing north/east at 8UT (3am local time)-Fuji 800 Superia X-tra,28mm, f2.8, 20-25s Lori Copyright (c) 2002 by Lori,All Rights Reserved.

Light Pillars

Submitted by: Lori at Tue Dec 10 21:13:01 2002 UTC

On Dec.1st I observed what I thought were aurora-rays. Later through your STD Image Gallery I learned that these beams are actually "LIGHT PILLARS" What an exciting lesson learned! That these photos turned out good -I would say was "beginners luck" since this was only my second roll of film on aurora .Being out on that cold night certainly paid off! Fuji 800 SuperiaX-tra 28mm, f2.8, 20-25s

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