(20 x 14 in.), Original available $1100.00
Giclee print sizes avaiable: 13x9 in., $65.00, 20x14 in. $85
and 24x 18 in., $95.00
My immediate thoughts are, how could such a star-studded night sky be topped? I soon find out. Many hours after sunset, the Aurora Borealis shows itself over the waters of Wasa Lake in a remote area of far northwestern Ontario, Canada. The ever changing waves of pulsating colors appear to give the sky the illusion of either sunrise or sunset on this July night. But the colors are radiating from the north, not the east or west, as the various hues stretch upward only to be replaced by others, the Northern Lights are at their finest. As I watch from the shore of the bay, I notice the intense quiet of the entire event is replaced by a low hum. It almost appears as though the hum is coming from the Lights themselves but how can that be? No, the hum is coming from hordes of bloodthirsty mosquitoes that seem to have found every square inch of me and in a flash I’m off to the outpost cabin. I am convinced that I have set a new world record for the 50 yard dash, anyone witnessing my sprint would think I am being pursued by Bigfoot himself.
Under Prints also see "Lights Over Wasa"