It was 3 o’clock in the morning and something out of the ordinary was happening. And good neighbor that she is—although it might not seem that way to all of you—Terry Mann grabbed her camera then started waking people up. There wasn’t anything wrong in the neighborhood, but she knew they’d want to witness something as spectacular as it was unusual, an aurora lighting up the Ohio sky with waves of vivid, changing colors. Terry, current president of the Astronomical League, a group of over 240 local amateur astronomical societies across the country, writes about the surprising differences between what she could see in person and in the photographs she took in the middle of the night, in a piece recently posted on click! photography changes everything . . .