With the Northern Lights visible to see tonight, here is our amateurs guide to photographing the famous aurora borealis.
Aberdeenshire and the Highlands may be among the best places in Scotland to see an extraordinary display of the Northern Lights this weekend.
A tiny Hebridean island, 23 miles out into the Atlantic and with no street lighting, is bidding to become the UK’s remotest Dark Skies attraction.
Residents in the Western Isles are embracing the dark winter nights as they launch their first Hebridean Dark Skies Festival.
Autumn is an enchanting time across Scotland; the leaves turn from luscious green to rich red, gold and fiery orange, there is no better time to explore the country’s vast woodland in the crisp air before curling up in front of a crackling fire with a wee dram or a warming hot chocolate.
People across the north and north-east were treated to a stunning light display last night as the Aurora Borealis lit up the sky.
A man from Wiltshire whose desire to see the Northern Lights resulted in him getting behind the wheel while more than three times over the drink driving limit has been banned from the road for a year.
A breathtaking image has captured stars glistening vividly, while the bright lights of the Aurora Borealis illuminate the Aberdeenshire sky.
A budding Scots photographer has captured a "once in a lifetime" shot that combines the Northern Lights, Loch Lomond - and the Milky Way.
An apprentice ranger has captured the moment a spectacular Northern Lights display lit up the night sky above the Cairngorms.
The Northern Lights were visible over the UK on Wednesday night, with people as far south as Cumbria and Northumberland spotting the solar storm.
...where the Aurora Borealis, reindeer rides and winter sports draw visitors from around the world, writes Amy Laughinghouse
It’s not the Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen that get stargazers across the world excited these days, but the Northern Lights in the skies over Glendale on the Isle of Skye that are the big talking point of late – and much of that is down to the hard work and dedication of a part-time crofter.
Don’t miss the National Trust for Scotland’s ‘Northern Lights’ exhibition at Drum Castle.
Debbi Beer has been photographing the Northern Lights for more than two years and still gets "immense pleasure" from seeing them.
The Northern Lights put on an amazing show last night… and there’s another chance to see them tonight
The sky above Scotland was a plethora of colours this week as residents enjoyed another Northern Lights display.
The north-east enjoyed an unbelievable display of the Northern Lights.
A powerful display of the aurora borealis over Kielder Water in Northumberland.
An unbelievable display of the Northern Lights last night… Here are 39 of the best pictures sent in to P&J
Last night the north of Scotland was treated to a beautiful display of the Northern Lights.
An Icelandic photographer has taken this stunning shot of the Aurora Borealis. which has gone viral.
Some journeys invite the companionship of ghostly forbears. When we took a winter voyage up Norway's jagged west coast from Bergen to Kirkeness, the Vikings were forever in our thoughts. They seemed to stalk our imaginations from across the centuries, their exploits brought alive by a monochrome landscape of steep fiords in muted light.
Reader Mikey Rennie sent this beautiful video of the northern lights passing over the north-east. Filmed at Crimmond, the video shows the celestial spectacle passing delicately above the region.
Moray once again has shown off how great a place it is to view the incredible spectacle of The Northern Lights, with this stunning display last night.
“Most people have forgotten how to look after themselves”, sighs Norwegian Eirik Nilsen as he harnesses up six of his prize cross-breed Alaskan huskies for an afternoon sled ride through the freshly laid snow.
With only a few days to go before the sky is alight with gunpowder delights, the natural world stunned us once again. Here’s a selection of the best pictures of the Northern Lights, as seen on Tuesday November 3.
A talented Aberdeenshire mother and son inspired by the stunning aurora of Scotland's night sky have channelled their creative talents into a one-off exhibit.
This stunning timelapse video captured the Northern Lights passing over Inverness.
Two coinciding space weather patterns have heightened the chance of Northern Lights sightings in the sky above the UK for the next few weeks, according to forecasters.
While anyone with any sense has stayed inside these past two days, tonight might be the perfect opportunity to test out your new rain jacket as scientists have said the Northern Lights could be visible over the UK.
The Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis, are reflected in rock pools on the beach in Hopeman, Moray during a display on October 6.
Everyone has seen the majesty of the Northern Lights, but few have seen it from space.
Northern Lights lit up the north-east sky last night with Lossiemouth, Moray one of the best places to view them. Here are some of the best pictures of last night’s display sent in to the P&J so far today – if you have some you’d like featured, email them in to firstname.lastname@example.org