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An authentic photo print of the aurora over a church building. No AI generated edits or manipulations. Just as it was captured by the camera.  



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STANDARD photos are available in several sizes (choose from the Select menu) and are printed on high quality photo paper (matte or glossy depending on what suites the photo best). They are signed on the back side. Standard photos are not numbered and do not come with a Certificate of Authenticity or the Full Story (see the Deluxe photo info below).


DELUXE photos are available in several sizes (choose from the Select menu) and are printed on High Quality Fine Art Paper. They are signed on the front side and numbered as well as signed on the backside. With the Deluxe photo comes a Certificate of Authenticity which proves that the number is authentic and made by me. A signed and numbered artwork is always an investment. Deluxe photos are delivered in a tube.



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STANDARD + POSTCARD SET is a 30x20 cm (12”x8”) photo plus a set of 6 Northern Lights postcards (3 different pictures x 2).




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HOLY LIGHT – Northern Lights Photo Print

PriceFrom 38,00€
  • When you have seen more than 100 auroras the list of Top 5’s don’t change that often. But the aurora on February 26–27 2023 made it to that list. Here’s the story of the most red aurora I have ever seen.

    A massive particle cloud that the sun had thrown out a couple of days ago hit the earth at 9:30 PM making the northern lights indexes rise dramatically. But the evening had been cloudy and I thought it would stay that way. Luckily, at 10:30 PM the clouds were gone and I saw the northern lights from my balcony. I hurried to get ready, taking all my clothes on, packing my gear into my bag and filling my thermos. The temperature was –5° Celsius (23° F) but it was expected to get colder during the night.

    When I started driving I still hadn’t decided on a destination. I made up my mind as I drove out from the town. I went towards a place I have been to several times when the northern lights have been visible. There’s a long beach there, there are rocks and crooked pine trees, there’s a beautiful church on the rock. I wanted to capture the church with auroras decorating the sky above it.

    I didn’t get far before had to stop for a photo shoot. I didn’t want to miss an extra active phase. I spent ten minutes of frantic photographing. So far this was the strongest aurora this season. But it would become even better!

    I continued to drive, parked my car and walked through the untouched snow to the church. It’s a camp site church and it’s not in use during the winter. The aurora was big but somewhat pale and I captured it straight above the church. 

    Then this fantastic thing happened—the sky suddenly turned red in the east. I have seen red auroras before but never this strong. 

    The following photos I took were simply amazing and I worked intensely to capture as much of it as I could, with the church in the foreground from different angles. 

    Then the moon gave me a pleasant surprise …

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