The spectacular Aurora borealis in Northern Alberta

The Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) put up a spectacular show in the sky over Slave Lake town here in northern Alberta on Aug. 30-31, 2019. The phenomenon was visible right in the town despite the light pollution. I drove down to the adjoining Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, a little north of the town to take these pictures.

Aurora borealis and the Big Dipper over the Lesser Slave Lake
Aurora borealis and the Big Dipper starting to appear as the sun sets over the Lesser Slave Lake


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