Norway was one of the focal points of both the allies and the axis during the second World War. Numerous battles and other capital events took place on Norwegian soil but none is more harrowing than the Arctic escape of sergeant Jan Baalsrud in 1943. In April 1940,...
For most of the XXth century, photographers who wished to snap a shot of the Aurora had to rely on silver-coated films and darkrooms to obtain any kind of results. Towards the end of the millennium, a new technological breakthrough made it much easier to obtain...
In our previous installment of this series, we talked about how the Aurora was traditionally painted or drawn in the Renaissance and the Early Modern period. Today we will look at the way people represented the Aurora through Analog Photography. While analog...
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