(Kelvin and Serene with their headlamps are off)
The northern lights were at her full beauty and Kelvin was shooting away, making tons of nice pictures when a third group decided to crash the party. To find the beach they lit up their lights in full power and directed them straight on us. To make sure they blinded us completely, and to ruin as many of Kelvin's photos as possible, they came down one by one, instead of together. Since the beach is very long we found it best to move further away because they seemed to enjoy their headlights more than the northern lights.
After a while the northern lights got dimmer and eventually vanished. The two other groups left, but we decided to wait a while. After some soup, coffee, tea and chocolate cookies, Aurora rewarded our patience and danced for us again.
Kelvin was kind enough to lend me his 85mm f/1.2. I think this image shows how a long lens is very good for northern light photography. I still think wide angle lenses are the most useful, but don't leave your long lens at home!