The skies barely get dark on May 1st when this aurora skimed the Mountains across the Knik River, hence the blue color is lack of darkness.
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The intensity of colors was jaw dropping- just pinks, purples and oranges. It was cloudy driving towards Beyers Lake when a hole opened up in the sky and aurora just dripped down like paint in a can!
This unusual aurora twisted down from the sky into this candycane or fishhook shape.
When the auroras starting rippling across the sky I ran outside my log cabin to catch this corona right above the trees, I was in my pajamas!
I call this my “lazy girl tree”- when I am too tired to stay outside my van on cold nights I park along road by this old crooked cottonwood tree- if an aurora pops up above the mountains I can get an easy shot and stay warm !
After waiting for 6 hours, when other photographers had left to go home, we were rewarded when this fast moving aurora brightened up the sky.
This aurora made a vivid green display near Hurricane Gulch along the Parks Hwy.
This aurora was fast shooting out purples in some nice rays, and very close to my log cabin.
This is one of those most unusual aurora that has a shape inside. The zombie inside this aurora has two bugged eyes, a dripping mouth with drool- scary night indeed!