Northern Lights hunters mainly capture reflections from artificial light sources

Etten-Leur (foto: José van Poppel).

The northern lights continue to dazzle. It was announced before Friday evening that this optical phenomenon could be observed again. And there were people, including Ingrid Moleman, who braved the late-night cold for this. All to capture the colorful scene. Weather expert Wouter van Bernebeek points out that it is usually related to reflection from artificial light sources.

Valkenswaard (Photo: Ingrid Muehlemann).
Valkenswaard (Photo: Ingrid Muehlemann).

“Photography is really my hobby,” says Ingrid. “I got in the car at 10 a.m. and then went to look for her.” And she found what she was looking for: This photo was taken late at night.

Linde (Photo: Eric van Asten).
Linde (Photo: Eric van Asten).

Not far from there, in Lindi, this photo was taken by Eric van Asten.

Beautiful photos were also taken in other places, such as Etten-Leur. José van Poppel recorded it between half past five and a quarter past six on Friday afternoon.

Hofn (Photo: Rom Bran).
Hofn (Photo: Rom Bran).

This photo was taken by Rom Prance in Hofn.

Den Bosch floodplain (Photo: Elke van Roon).
Den Bosch floodplain (Photo: Elke van Roon).

Elke van Roon saw this in Den Bosch, near Masboulevard.

Beautiful colors over Den Bosch (Photo: Pascal van Mierlo).
Beautiful colors over Den Bosch (Photo: Pascal van Mierlo).

Pascal Van Mierlo also focused his lens in Den Bosch. Beautiful color palette with Christmas lights. Whether they are the northern lights or not, they are certainly beautiful pictures.

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