IN WHAT is being labelled the biggest solar storm since 2005, all of the United Kingdom was wowed in the early hours of Saturday morning with the Northern Lights.

The Aurora Borealis was seen across the whole of the British Isles because of a ‘severe magnetic storm’ with the country dazzled by some outstanding colours.

Our camera club members across Powys, Mid Wales and north Shropshire obviously didn’t want to miss out on this once-in-a-generation moment and immediately headed outside with their cameras.

And we have to say that the results are absolutely magnificent.

We hope you enjoy!

County Times: Jody Wilson caught this brilliant shot of the aurora over Llangollen for the Advertizetr Camera Club. 

County Times: Stephen Probert posted this to the County Times Camera Club, catching the Northern Lights over Welshpool. 

County Times: Roger Jepson caught this incredible effort over the beautiful Clywedog Reservoir taken from Bwlch-Y-Gle dam.

County Times: Laura Butler's capture of the Aurora over her Hanmer home, towards the village's much-loved Mere. 

County Times: Pamela Clark sent this glorious vision of the aurora to the County Times Camera Club, with the vertical pink lines completely different to many others. 

County Times: It's Llanfyllin's turn now as Catrin Jones submitted this pink and green picture to the CT Camera Club, capturing the aurora superbly. 

County Times: Alison Rowlands took the high ground in Chirk, North Wales, to capture this shot. 

County Times: Julie Ledbetter only had to move a little bit to capture the stars and the Northern Lights over Cefn Coch for the CT Camera Club. 

County Times: Rosie Hindley's amazing capture of a plethora of lights during the Aurora Borealis on Saturday morning, looking out over north Shropshire. 

And finally, thanks to all those who submitted to our Camera Clubs but our last shout is for our very own newshound Sid, who waited patiently for his picture with the lights in Gobowen in north Shropshire. 

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