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Good evening folks,  (entry 1 of 2)

Sneaking in just before the deadline with a couple of photos I took back on July 18th between 2 - 3am.  Taken from a tiny car-park near to Malham Tarn up in North Yorkshire.  It's the second time I've seen NLCs, but the shape and structure was quite different from when I saw them last year, so it took me a little while to figure what the weird electric blue glow was until they got much brighter.  I stood and watched them until the morning light drowned out their glow.  T'was a lovely night.

Canon 1100d with stock 18-55mm lens - around 5s exposures, bit of tinkering in Lightroom and a couple of dust-bunnies cleaned up in Photoshop.

Thanks for looking in!

Derek

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Very good that. Liking the deep blue sky with only a slither of orange.

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Thanks Stuart.  Not sure that it compares to the epicness of your experience and photos from Leeds, but they're certainly always a treat to see. :smiley:

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