Last Friday Paul Zizka, the whole Caffeine and Cameras group and I, went to Bow Lake to photograph us some star trails.
Long story short. I was home at 5am. ;) Wonderful night. As if the night couldn't be any better, on the drive home I saw beautiful patches of thick heavy fog. I didn't stop I just enjoyed the views I was getting.
For those who are interested in doing some star trails. I am planning on doing a how to very soon. Hang in there. :)
Then on Saturday (just as I was making plans to sleep in) I got a heads up on some possible aurora activity. So I went out again. Every time I see the Northern Lights, they are so different. This time around the colours were the weirdest I've seen so far. From pinks and purples to light teals(!) and deep greens. AWESOME!!!
Aurora Borealis 30 July 2011 - Images by Olivier Du Tre
Also one of the images got featured on the official Nasa '3D Sun' iPhone app. All though – thanks to my quirky accent in my last name – my name showed up weird. But I'll take it.
And then on Sunday I simply had to cross the street and shoot the fields in front of my house. We were getting some awesome clouds. I couldn't miss that!
And yesterday (the statutory holiday) I DID NOTHING! ;)