May 18, 2008Skylar has been an unseen angel through out my travels during the past two years. She has inspired me to see things in nature in a way of micro-to-macro. From her interests in planetary flux to universal rotation and how everything interacts just the way it's suppose to. She makes things easier to understand for me and in how I formulate my questions. Although I have never met this wonderful person and I can not place a face, I feel supported in knowing that Skylar is here on this planet (and elsewhere), in this universe (and elsewhere) and in this time and space, in the now. Thank you Skylar! Thank you for your inspiration.
"For reasons not fully understood by researchers, the weeks around equinoxes are the best times to see Northern Lights. The northern autumnal equinox of 2009 is only a week away and--voilà!--the show has begun.Tue, September 15, 2009 - 12:33 AM permalink - 2 comments
"I had 8 people with me for an Aurora Photography Tour in Yellowknife on Sept. 12th," writes Yuichi Takasaka from the Northwest Territories of Canada. "Northern Lights started to appear from 10pm local time and stayed well after 4am!"
At this time of year, the interplanetary magn... read more