Norwegian aurora by Randall Peterman | SkyNews

As soon as extra leaning into nostalgia for pre- instances, our judges selected Randall Peterman’s shot of the as seen from is the Photograph of the Week for 13, 2020.

An image of the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, from Uttakleiv Beach in the Lofoten Islands of Norway, taken by Randall Peterman. | SkyNews
Norwegian aurora by Randall Peterman

This picture of the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, was taken from Uttakleiv Seaside within the Lofoten Islands of Norway on November 27, 2018. Lofoten is an archipelago within the northern a part of Norway.

He used an Olympus OM-D E-M1, and the lens he used was an Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 12-50mm f/3.5-6.Three EZ ED MSC, to f/3.6 at 13mm. The publicity time was 4 seconds.

“A half- behind me lit up the mountains and seashore,” he wrote.

Alec Lee took this photo of the Hunter's Moon rising behind Mount Baker, over Victoria, British Columbia, on Halloween 2020. | SkyNews Magazine
Hunter’s Moon over Victoria, British Columbia, by Alec Lee

Our runner up this week Alec Lee’s photograph of the Hunter’s Moon rising behind Baker, over Victoria, British Columbia, on October 31, 2020.

Lee stated the picture was shot from Colwood, British Columbia, utilizing a Nikon D810 with a Nikkor 200-500 lens at 200mm and f/5.6. The publicity time was 1/5 second.

“A Hallowe’en Moon rise, the Hunter’s Moon/Blue Moon rising behind Mount Baker,” Lee stated.

Prizes for the 2020-21 SkyNews Photograph of the Week contest are sponsored by Sky-Watcher, , iOptron and The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Click on right here for extra particulars on the prize packages that will probably be awarded to one of the best images this 12 months. 

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