On a freezing cold winter night, billions of sparkling stars cover the vast span of sky above me. The milky way, like a silvery snow covered highway across the sky. The half moon reflecting the sunlight. The camera is ready on the tripod, my eyes scanning the northern horizon. Shooting at 20 seconds a shot. Jack Frost biting at my fingers every time I press the release button. Then there it is, the green shimmer of Northern Lights. The reward for being patient.
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