A strong geomagnetic storm occurred this evening, due to enhanced solar winds from a coronal hole. Some activity kicked off in Iceland even before it was fully dark, and that turned out to be the strongest display of the night (at least for the period I watched, until midnight) with dancing curtains and intense greens to the eye. Unfortunately we were driving at the time, and while I had excellent naked eye views of the aurora display overhead then there was nowhere on the road to pull over and take photographs because of so many other people also parked up to watch the lights! So the images below are from a bit later in the evening and after the strongest part of the display had mostly moved southwards from Iceland. Over this period the aurora covered much of the sky but at much lower intensity and without too much movement. We even had a nice band of aurora across the southern sky, instead of in the north like usual.