Absolutely beautiful! And I love that the Big Dipper is so clearly seen in the first photo.
A beautiful view from your window.
Gorgeous! I always love seeing what you have in your view finder. This time of year in the Seattle area is just gray, gray, gray and then another shade of gray.mommamindy.blogspot.com
Stunning! I hold no great hope of seeing that view in person so thank you for sharing it with me via your living room window. :)
Lovely! My kids just learned about this effect. Thanks for the pictures.
stunning! God's creation is beautiful.
Awesome. It never dawned on me that you were far enough north to see this. When my parents lived in Alaska they saw these skies. Beautiful.
Magnificent. Living in the central part of the U.S. that is not something we get to see. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing that! If I were you I couldn't keep my eyes off of it! What an amazing creation of our God.
Beautiful!! Even as I am amazed by the Aurora Borealis, I am even more amazed at the brightness of the stars - a stunning byproduct of living in the "hinterland". We live in the country in the rural midwest, but I think we still get too much bleed over from the towns in our area at night. Thanks so much for sharing!
Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing the pictures!(You ought to start a travel agency..you're certainly tempting us to come to your neck of the woods!....and not only for your lovely geography, but we'd like to meet you folks as well!)
Thank you all. I've seen the Northern lights two or three times ever where they are 'dancing' in the sky.... maybe I'll be fortunate enough to see that over this coming winter.If I do, y'all will be the first to know ;)Keri, wouldn't it be fabulous if I really did tempt you all over. What a pleasure that would be :)
Simply amazing, live entertainment in the sky!!! Wonderful!!!
Oh, how wonderful! I feel like I sneaked a peek out your window with you. Terrific captures.