Last night I noticed that the sky was clearing up nicely, so immediately decided to go down to Elk Island National Park, for some night photography. I called and texted a couple of friends, but none had the time to go.... so I had to go alone. When it finally started to get dark around 11pm, I setup my tripod, programmed the remote for the 35 picture sequence, and settled in for a long wait. Unfortunately there were a lot of activity at that spot. At 1am couple of cyclists went through one frame, then a car showed up and drove around the parking lot. The best thing happened when the sequence finally finished at around 1:45am. Right behind me there was a spectacular display of norther lights. Here are some fruits of hanging around at night at the lake. Enjoy.