After the previous night on the beach watching the aurora I never thought we would get it again, but a look at the forecast and clear skies predicted I had to give it another go.
I was getting myself sorted before I headed out when I got a text of Gary to say that he was down at Dunstanburgh and did I want to join him. I was not sure if I wanted to go there and knowing my luck I would drive there and it would be over.
I decided to give it a miss and head back to the beach.
On arriving at the beach there was a party happening so I decided to go to Stag Rock. I’m not really keen on going there to be honest as it gets really busy and there has been loads of pictures from there over the years but I stuck to my guns and when I arrived I was the only person there.
After a few test shots it looked good to go, and there was a slight green glow too.
A few minutes later it was turning a bit pink and I received a call from Gary asking if it was ok up there as he had thick clouds. After a quick chat he joined me.
Another couple of local lads turned up and then all of a sudden it kicked off big time.
The buzz was just tremendous and we were all clicking away like mad but at one point I had to just stand back and watch. What a sight and this has to be the best I have ever seen.
After about 20 minutes of mind blowing activity it started to fade and my lens started to fog up as the mist started to roll in.
At about 1.30am I decided to head home as I had to be up in the morning and get myself ready for a long drive to London and back again for the finals of the Blog Awards.
Here is some fabulous pictures of a wonderful evening.