Nov 21 2003 00:30 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sun Nov 23 00:24:02 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This view is to the W/SW 19:30 EST My 2nd viewing of the Aurora. Saw it on Oct 30 2003. This show didn't compare. But I did get a better camera, although I do need to get used to it. This is the first time I've heard of, where the was aurora present in all directions but not overhead.


Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



 

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Shockingly Close

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sun Jul 30 19:45:01 2006 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta RD-3000, 22-80mm lens @f16, 15 second exposure.

This View is to the North 23:05 EDT This was my third attempt at capturing lightning at night. I captured over 40 images during this one storm. I have admit this one was too close!

Your comments are always very welcome. 2006 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com

-- "I'm a Professional, please don't try this at home"

Nov 21 2003 03:00 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sat Nov 22 23:38:01 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This view is to the W/SW ~22:00 EST Aurora is gone except the glow near the horizon seems to be picking up even more.


Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



Nov 21 2003 02:30 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sat Nov 22 23:38:01 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This view is to the W/SW ~21:30 EST The show was fading. Planes showing up well.



Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



Nov 21 2003 02:15 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sat Nov 22 23:38:01 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This view is to the W/SW ~21:15 EST The two red 'blobs' have a bit more structure and the green one is faint. The glow near the horizon seems to be picking up a little.


Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



Nov 21 2003 02:00 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sat Nov 22 23:38:01 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This View is to the W/SW ~21:00 EST In this shot there are two red 'blobs' and a green one.


Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



Nov 21 2003 01:30 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sat Nov 22 23:38:01 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This View is to the W/SW ~20:30 EST In this shot there are two red 'blobs' and a green one. The display would be there for a few minutes and die down.


Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



Nov 21 2003 01:00 UTC

Submitted by: Dan Kilpatrick at Sun Nov 23 00:24:02 2003 UTC

Location Lehigh County, Pa 4040' N 7540' W Minolta Vectis S-1, 28mm lens @f4, 30 second exposure on Fuji nexia 200 print film

This View is to the East ~20:00 EST If you look about the artificial glow you will see some red. Also to the north just a hint of green. There was about 100-120 degrees of green glow to the north. The streak is a plane. They're in most of my shots. I counted over a dozen planes in sight at one time!

Your comments are always welcome. 2003 Daniel Kilpatrick mr_kilpatrick@yahoo.com



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