Some midnight ugg boot missions are worthwhile. Wrapped in a blanket, it is time to view our first Aurora Australis (or southern lights). Huddled up at Mt. Nelson with a host of whispering strangers, we all became familiar through one uniting glow.
The natural light display dances below the stars on our southern horizon like a distant party we missed the invite to. For many avid aurora chasers, last night is one of the most spectacular they’ve seen with the naked eye. For us, it is the first glimpse of these mysterious luminous sheets that are best seen in Antarctica.
Unplanned ugg boot missions unfortunately don’t include tripods, so your best captures of last night’s natural light show will be found online. Start here and see why this early hours’ rave had us all standing still.
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