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Mount Sill rises up behind...
Mount Sill rises up behind the night darkened lesser mountains
and the stars travel a little across this few minutes in time.
It was a perfectly clear night -
could that be the Aurora Borealis up there?
Photo by Richard Gabrielson


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JScolesAurora Borealis


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Just thought you might want to know the streaks across your photo are most likey not clouds but Aurora Borealis which can be very faint but will show up in a long exposure.
Posted Mar 25, 2002 11:23 am

RGABRIELSONRe: Aurora Borealis

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Hi JScoles (is it John or Jeff?) Thanks for the heads up on my Mount Sill photo possibly showing the Aurora Borealis. I have often thought that it looked like the Northern Lights but thought we were too far south to see them.

I saw your page. You have an awsome climbing history. I would love to climb the Matterhorn. Someday, I hope.

Thanks again, Richard Gabrielson
Posted Mar 25, 2002 1:34 pm

mpbroAwesome, Richard


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Inspiring photos of Mount Sill. Truly inspiring...
Posted Mar 25, 2002 11:39 am

NoonduelerSill is not in this photo


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That's some subpeak to the right with Norman Clyde way up in the back.
Posted Jan 22, 2013 7:40 pm

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