Aurora in Mid-latitudes
I live at 55 degrees north latitude. And I really like to watch the northern lights. Unfortunately the auroras at mid-latitudes is a rare phenomenon. But I have enough patience and knowledge to catch the aurora in these difficult conditions. Usually it is so weak that it can’t be seen. But the camera can capture the sky color change near the horizon. Typically, mid-latitude auroras not dynamic and is low to the horizon. Occasionally aurora at mid-latitudes can be seen as a pale white vertical stripes, resembling the dim light of searchlights. The most frequent auroras observed in spring and autumn. Changeable weather these seasons complicates the observation of a rare phenomenon. You can find timelapses about aurora at mid-latitudes in the corresponding section of this site.