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We welcome your visit to learn more about the northern lights and to experience the aurora borealis through the camera lens of Alaska's Aurora Hunter, Todd Salat.

I am the AuroraHunter - Indie Alaska
Aurora HighLights

Happy 2014, Everyone

We are still in the peak phase of the Solar Cycle so wherever you are, when it's dark and clear, stay tuned into the Aurora forecast and keep your eyes on the northern sky!

Happy Aurora Hunting,
Todd & Shay

New Releases

Spring Rays
"Spring Rays"

April 20, 2013 at 2:50 am
Springtime auroras above the
moonlit Alaska Range
Denali (Mt. McKinley) on the right

~ This was the last aurora hunt of the season
before the bright lights of summer hit ~


The Legend
The Legend

August 17, 2013 at 10 pm
Mt. Susitna~the Sleeping Lady
Sunset from Bootleggers Cove in
downtown Anchorage, Alaska

~ Legend has it that Susitna is a sleeping giant
waiting for her lover to return from battle~



January 9, 2010 at 1:23 am
View of the Milky Way Galaxy
twinkling through the auroras
from our Hatcher Pass cabin

~ Carved out 28 spruce trees for firewood to
open up this view of Denali ~


Epic Flight
Epic Flight

March 17, 2013 at 12:40 am
Hatcher Pass, southcentral Alaska
Wings of an aurora bird taking flight on
a trip to the stars (note Big Dipper!)

~ A lucky St. Patrick's Day, indeed ~


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Floating in AK
"Floating in AK"

Sky Blue Pink
Sky Blue Pink

Below is a graph illustrating when in the solar cycle I've taken some of my favorite shots. More sunspots leads to more solar flares which, in turn, means more aurora activity! And we are in the peak phase right now.

Solar Cycle

New! Metal Prints

This year we introduced a new medium....METAL! We are now printing my aurora & scenic shots on aluminum and the results are With Out Words–WOW! The inks are dye-infused onto a specially-coated aluminum sheet and sealed with a gemlike UV coating that is both water and scratch resistant. We have commonly heard people say, "It's like looking through a window"...."Are these backlit?"...."They look so 3D." And the archival quality is out of this world (think century plus). This is a technological breakthrough and the results are in HIGH DEF!

More information can be found on our Metal Print Page.