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20/21 July was when everything started to hapen, with sightings well south and extensive formations.
Mike Clarke also caught it, along with a volcanic tinge.
The display on the 21/22 was spectacular with NLC to the zenith at my localation.
Donald Millican took this from Rutherglen, Glasgow on the 21-22.
Alan Clitherow took these shots on the 21/22 from his back-garden in central Fife and it is a panorama of a number of shots that he stitched together.
Mike Clarke also saw it in Retford, as well as Alastair McBeath in Morpeth & Judith Proctor near Loughborugh
On the 22/23 I caught this display from Glenbarry.
The next night, Mike Clarke caught this display from Retford.
It went quiet until 30/31, when this display appered over Glenbarry.
I had one more sighting(very weak) on the 03/04 Aug and after that nothing
This was the most intensive season I have had, with 50 reports in total.
I would like to thank all those who contributed, and I hope the 2010 season is as good.