What is it about low auroras? You know, the northern lights that rise just above the horizon and stay there. Living on the 63rd degree Northern latitude (that's like Åre in Sweden, Trondheim in Norway, the most southern point of Iceland and Yellowknife in Canada) my auroras are often just like that.
Northern Lights high up on the night sky are often big, dramatic and a little more colorful. Low auroras are calm and gracious.
It's easy to put objects in the foreground of you photos when auroras stay close to the horizon. Rocks, plants, snow formations, reflections in water or ice and so on. And, of course, my favourite bench.
These photos are some of my low aurora favourites.
Note: Only the last photo is permanently available as a print in my webshop (www.nordic-landscape.com/shop) but any of them can be yours. Just contact me and I'll make it available temporarily. If you order berfore April 1 2019 you will get no less than a 30% discount on any item in the shop. Contact me and I'll send you a discount code.