SKY WATCHING -- In case, like most people, you need to sleep in order to function the next day, enjoy the northern lights vicariously in this short video featuring time-lapse photography by Spokane photographer Craig Goodwin.
The images showing the spectacle build, crescendo and then fade were shot in the wee hours of Sept. 28 north of Wilbur, Washington, overlooking Keller Ferry at Lake Roosevelt.
Says Goodwin, in response to my query:
It was 370 exposures, 15 seconds each. With the slack between exposures it covers around 2 hours.This was taken from 2 a.m. to around 4 a.m. When the conditions are right, with no moon, clear skies.