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Friday, March 06, 2009
Fave Foto Friday (Wow Edition)
This picture from Iceland blew my mind... here's the caption:
The aurora borealis shimmers in the inky sky over Iceland. The island nation is an ideal auroral stamping ground. At 66 degrees latitude, it is usually in the brightest swath of the auroral zone encircling the north pole. Its treeless terrain provides clear views. And it boasts the little urban gem of Reykjavik as a daytime counterpoint.
(Icelandic Tourist Board)
And here's our Mags forced to hunt for her supper now that the depression has hit Canada.