In mid-September in the Arctic the sun sets early enough to give dark nights when the northern lights might be seen. If we were anchored in calm water it was possible to take shots of the aurora borealis, but shutter speeds had to be a little faster to compensate for boat motion (ideally 5 sec or less). We couldn't go ashore because of danger from polar bears, which couldn't be seen at night. Mudderbugt, Scoresby Sund, Greenland.
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