Cold, but not that cold

Compared to the Algarve, it is cold in London. But not as cold as where this video was filmed: Ravnastua, Norway.

Aurora movies never get old. This one is lovely, and I particularly like the intro that lets us know just how icy the viewing really was. I want to see the aurora, but my blood is so thin after five years in Portugal that I’d probably shrivel up in the process.

Good thing there are beautiful films like this for the rest of us.

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About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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3 Responses to Cold, but not that cold

  1. Ana_ñ says:

    I enjoy watching beautiful films like this, as well as those photos of animals in the wild, and it doesn’t diminish at all my desire to travel and experience things myself… Well, maybe this temperature is a bit extreme for me. 🙂

    I’m writing this comment out of habit, as I know that, as a result of the meteorite that felt in London the other day, Oregon Expat became a virtual entity randomly self-posting wonderful astronomy pictures. 😉

    • oregon expat says:

      🙂 No meteorite after all. Though it would have been spectacular, especially if it had happened while we were taking the Thames River shuttle down to Greenwich! So the blog isn’t yet a virtual entity, though I wouldn’t count it out.

      • Ana_ñ says:

        There are tests to know if you are a machine, but don’t worry, I am a defective virtual commenter and have passed them all easily. Perhaps it helps to have some crossed wires and linguistic malfunctioning. In your case, that elation about a meteorite in the middle of the river might be due to a crossed wire too…

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