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Missed the brightest part of the display which was after midnight but still got this:


This was looking up a slope, so not the best vantage point. Would have been well worth my while to get to higher ground but the aurora seemed to be subsiding at that point and I wasn't confident in the weather forecast.

The forecasts show a chance of more displays over the next few days.

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My photo of the northern lights before midnight UT on Thursday from central Poland (latitude 51.9 N).
It doesn't seem spectacular due to the distance, but it's my first aurora borealis.
It broke through the layer of clouds, I always have clouds when there is something interesting in the sky.


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