As daylight floods back in Alaska’s north, the dark skies are diminishing quickly. The season for aurora borealis photography is waning, but there could be at least one last good show this weekend, if all of that energy recently blown off the sun actually hits earth. There is currently a middle latitude aurora activity watch in effect, which should begin in Alaska tonight (Friday) or tomorrow morning and last for a couple days. So, for me, it looks like I’ve got a day shift and a night shift on deck. Let’s hope for some action. And it’s not too late to check out my eBook on How to Photograph the Northern Lights, if you have not already done so. Thus far, it has received good reviews and helped many people capture some quality aurora photos. The Northern Lights gallery below are some of the photos I took on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2013 during a very colorful aurora borealis display in Alaska.