The season for aurora sightings in the far north lasts for several months. The Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland proved to be an ideal observing location. That night, during a Class G2 geomagnetic storm (KP6), the aurora rippled and covered the sky all night, stretching all the way to the southern horizon.
Picture is amazing.
I purchased this for my office and it is beautiful. I have not hung it up yet, so the picture below doesn't include its true spectacularness.