Luckily, I don't have to tell you about it...
These aren't terrific pictures, but they're the best I've gotten, and I'm quite pleased with them!
This is a bit of an experimental image. It's been tweaked in photoshop to get rid of most of the colors and a lot of the brightness. This is what the aurora actually looked like, to my eyes, Sunday night, as opposed to what a sixteen-second film exposure caught. I don't normally see any of the hydrogen-red in them myself.
We were standing in a driveway near a random farmhouse; I thought this was a neat image, especially the bit where you can see the aurora reflecting off the fenceposts. The aurora was so bright I could read by it easily.
Just because I can't see the hydrogen glow doesn't mean the camera doesn't. Colorful.
The actual aurora itself has much more clearly defined lines and wrinkles; long camera exposure blur them.
I'm going to shut up now. Look at the neato pictures. :)