Glowing clouds in Aquarius at 35 degrees

Southern view of Borealis

Southern view of Borealis from my location at 48 degrees. Very bright aurora last night that went through many changes. I thought some weather was moving in rapidly from the southwest, but the billowy clouds were glowing and moving in different directions. The only direction I could not get auroral color was to the extreme south and southeast. Glowing clouds were visible facing south as low as 35 degrees in Aquarius. These shots were all at ISO 800, to the west, southwest, and south between 10:20 and 10:30 pm PDT on October 1st. One shot to the north at the same ISO. Incredible amount of light, exposures that weren't too bad in as little as 4 seconds at 3200. These are all 800 @ 16 seconds. The aurora changed all night, saw a little of everything. I'll put more on www.flickr.com/photos/rockyraybell

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