Sure Aurora Would You Get It?



Lough Corrib, Co. Galway last night.

Photographer Gavin Kelly writes:

“What was interesting is the creatures were certainly restless. There was lots of hooting and hollering. Some incredibly strange noises.”

Gavin Kelly (Facebook)

Meanwhile, in Kerry last night…


Caroline Flynn tweetz:

Yay, the Aurora made it to Kerry tonight :)

And in Donegal…


Pajo tweetz:

Aurora over Ramelton in Donegal tonight. Great to see it back!

And in Monasterboice, Co. Louth…


Shane Murphy writes:

I sent a text to my friend & neighbour Trine to see if she could see the lights from her north facing back garden & low & behold, she could. We stayed there taking photos & watching the celestial green glow for over an hour. It’s the first time Trine has seen the northern lights outside the country of her birth [Norway].

Thanks MGrey

Meanwhile, this morning in Malahide…



Thanks Alex Connolly

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17 thoughts on “Sure Aurora Would You Get It?

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    The “Great to see it back!” comment is all very Donegal-promoting.
    And sure why not.
    Great to see the aurora captured so skilfully.

  2. Kerry Gold

    My phone can do that special effect every day- I dont know why this is so special.

    Its called a “filter” on instagram

    1. Mikeyfex

      A ‘filter’ on instagram? At this time of year? At this time of day? In this part of the country? Localized entirely within your smart phone?

      May I see it?

      1. Kerry Gold

        Yes, I can simply download a picture of any landscape and using Instagram, edit it to look like Aurora Borealis without leaving my bedroom! Its very easy, you should try it some time

        1. Kerry Gold

          I can google Aurora Borealis and look at it through my Google Glasses any time too….
          Without. Ever. Getting. Cold!

    2. Spaghetti Hoop

      What a phenomenon. Is there a “filter-on-instagram” available in the Southern Hemisphere too?

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