Technically we celebrated a lil early but this #latergram is perfectly timed for #mardisgras!
#pink, it’s my new obsession.
Creature Aurora Over Norway
It was Halloween and the sky looked like a creature. Exactly which creature, the astrophotographer was unsure (but possibly you can suggest one). Exactly what caused the eerie apparition was sure: one of the best auroral displays in recent memory. This spectacular aurora had an unusually high degree of detail. Pictured above, the vivid green and purple auroral colors are caused by high atmospheric oxygen and nitrogen reacting to a burst of incoming electrons. Birch trees in Tromsø, Norway formed an also eerie foreground. Many other photogenic auroras have been triggered by recent energetic flares on the Sun.
Image Credit & Copyright: Ole C. Salomonsen (Arctic Light Photo)
Bizarre and clever all at the same time!
It’s the return of the hat…#winter.
Adventure time w/@bkkamei , could this be a glimmer of spring? #latergram #longislandcity
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