tasmaniaStanding in awe with @justinjamesphotography as beams of light dance across the sky to the south of @HobartandBeyond's Clifton Beach. Ask any of Tassie's Aurora chasers about their most memorable night with the Southern Lights, and they're bound to recall clear skies and the Milky Way curtained with vertical columns and breathtaking formations. (That and the sound of their own heartbeat thumping in their ears as they realise they're witnessing something truly remarkable!) It's a natural phenomenon that captures the imaginations of locals and visitors alike. Unfortunately there is no definitive way to predict such shows. With a little luck, a lot of patience, and clear southern views, you might just catch one! Thanks for tagging us, James.
- a.z.u.r.e.s@justinjamesphotography cheers man maybe could meet up one night for some photography tips at shooting these? I'm road tripping all over Tassie not sure where we are going at this stage hopefully south
- jilly1950Beautiful @tasmania 👌
- travelingprecilsMagical ❤ Somebody bring me here please 😊
- oxthebakerEverytime I see a phitigrap I am in awe of the Southern Lights, bring back memories of witnessing many night skies like this when I lived in Hobart years ago.
- jackchiviloThat'll be you my bro @nathancassano
- sthendresfuq @tellysia
- mixyWow! Killer southern lights
- bungaagustia@leedunkkk hahaha ya next year 💪🏻 atau end of the year?
- leedunkkk@bungaagustia yo ngkok delok2 😂
- ellliejaadeWoah so cool @willpage_
- dajaan@mauddehaan7 was jij terug naar Tassie gegaan had jij een mooi natuur fenomeen mee mogen maken 😍 maar een Cycloon is wel stoerder 😜.
- mauddehaan7@dajaan Haha ja maar waarom zou ik terug naar tassie gaan? 😉 ziet er heel mooi uit!
- dajaan@mauddehaan7 fout verwoord! Als je besloten had om de laatste week naar Tassie te gaan en niet naar Bali, had je deze mooie fenomeen gezien.
- auscrashIt's stunning when you see it happening with the naked eye and then get a different perspective from a camera outstanding!! I witness something similar early March, while working up at Mt Wellington broadcast site, it lasted 40min around 3:45am. Once in a life time to catch it with the naked eye and also digitally. Keeper!
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