Saskatchewan photographers thankful for stunning skies

Saskatchewan stargazing photographers shared their dazzling aurora shots with CBC.

If you're a stargazing photographer, the aurora borealis is a phenomenon to be grateful for

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      It was another alluring week for star struck creatives in Saskatchewan.

      David Fannon and his daughter, Kaitie, went out with a camera and captured clear and radiant images of the northern lights dancing in the province's north. Kaitie, 11, captured the sky and its fluid reflection near the Wapiti Valley bridge, near Nipawin, Sask.

      The pair's photos were taken on Wednesday, Oct. 8.

      This same night, photographer Dunja Gaco was staged east of Saskatoon, along the South Saskatchewan River where he photographed the effervescent aurora.

      Do you have photos you want to share with us and the province? Tweet CBC Sask or CBC Saskatoon, send us a direct message on CBC Sask's Facebook page or CBC Saskatoon's

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      Madeline Kotzer


      Madeline Kotzer is an award-winning Saskatchewan journalist and Social Media News Editor/Presenter for CBC Saskatchewan and CBC Saskatoon.


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