The first time making a conscious effort to photograph the Dark Horse Nebula (also called The Prancing Horse) was the night before my Dad’s birthday, less than a month after he passed away. There was a good chance of northern lights that night, so I made my way to a quiet place I was hoping no one else would be. That’s not so easy to do during summer nights in Ely. So many of us enjoy the dark skies. Sure enough, shortly before the aurora lit up the sky to the north, I was able to make an image that included what I sought!
Photographed August 2, 2016
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Image © 2016 Heidi Pinkerton