Pauline is a long-term member of the Society, and a former Chairwoman. She helps with many of its projects, including observing sessions and giving talks to schools and youth groups. She owns two Meade GoTo telescopes and an 80mm wide field refractor. A Planetary Specialist for the club, Pauline likes to take pictures of things that require little or no preparation. Just don't go near her with a cheese and kitkat sandwich...
This was snapped while observing Jupiter on July 14th 2006. The NLC's took a while to develop and there was some debate among those present as to whether it was really a NLC display or not. It was later confirmed when Ken Kennedy gave a talk to the Society about NLCs and reported a very impressive display all over Europe on... July 14th 2006! Vindication!
Taken with Pentax K1000 SLR with 50mm lens, exposure time 5 seconds or thereabouts.