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A photographer has shared stunning shots he was able to take of the Northern Lights from his local beach in East Lothian.Kris Bird ventured down to Whitesands Beach in Dunbar to catch the aurora borealis in person.

However, due to adverse conditions, he was unsure if he would be able to get a glimpse of the natural phenomenon.But around 9.30pm on Sunday, the Northern Lights became visible over the beach.

Not only was Bird able to see the stunning display with his own eyes, but he was able to capture images on his camera.Using his Sony Alpha a7 r4 camera, Manfrotto tripod and a 20mm F 1.8 Sony G lens, he took a number of photos of the beautiful dancing waves of light.Speaking to Edinburgh Live, Bird commented: "With the conditions that night being cloudy, I did not hold out much hope of capturing any images whatsoever of the Northern Lights."But luckily I decided to be patient and wait a little longer.

My patience finally paid off, and at 9:30pm I was rewarded with a great show of green, pinks and reds."I was so glad I decided to be patient and stay longer.

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