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Discussion in 'Personal' started by doomzebra, Feb 17, 2011.
You just gotta love them coronal mass ejections
I wanted to but there's a lovely mix of mist and cloud which makes seeing anything highly unlikely!
same here, but am hoping for a clearing of the skies
Same here, the sky has been at an altitude of 30 feet all day.
Many years ago I lived in St, Andrews when there was the best display for about 20 years, unfortunately I was too intent on watching the ground in front of me while I staggered home from the pub to look upwards.
You just need a periscope.
I'd seriously consider selling my soul to Satan for a decent photo of the Aurora Borealis - it's one of my list of things I want to do before I snuff it.
I've just had four pints of Poacher's choice and at the moment the street lamp outside is providing me with a wonderful photonic extravaganza.
I seem to have misplaced the sun. :¬((
Too misty here to see anything
Maybe I should have some of what Bauble has had
We all should have some of what Bauble has had
I'm almost as far south as this country gets so will be out of range for it . I'd love to see it one day.
Good luck all of you further up north.
Never mind, you can catch up here: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/deidre/753010/Agony-Aunt-Deidres-advice.html
When i lived in NE Fife for 4 years I never saw it, despite people at work saying it had happened the night before on a few occasions.
There are very few places in the world that hold any real interest for me to visit but I really do want to cruise up and see the Aurora Borealis. Satan will have got your soul cheap - a cruise for a week is only £1000 and no single supplement.
I thought we had a wonderful display here, but it turned out to be next door's bedroom curtains.
They hadn't closed them then?
seen from the inside or the outside of their house?
Stalker/burglar? Only your confessor/lawyer knows for sure
i remember that night! 1981,82? the aurora was amazing, all red and green then white flashy/flamy bits. oh happy memories...
dz, aren't you a bit too far south for the northern lights?