With a peak in the sunspot cycle (and, consequently, the predicted aurora cycle) coming up in the next two years, some photographers' thoughts turn towards the aurora. The Luminous Landscape has a very informative article by Ben Hattenbach and Henry Throop titled Hunting the Great Alaskan Aurora.
They include a wealth of information including the best airport to fly into, the best time of year to go, and the best roads to drive searching for dark skies.
(Sweeping Down From Space, by either Ben Hattenbach or Henry Throop)
I used to think that once you've seen a few good aurora photos, you've seen them all. But, maybe not. Along with some important technical information, there are also some very good aurora photos.