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RE: A dream came true: The Magical Aurora Borealis

in #travelfeed3 years ago

I've always wanted to see an aurora borealis, @lightcaptured. I've been interested in them for quite some time, but haven't traveled far enough north to see them yet. One of these days.

These are spectacular images. Is there any particular significance to the colors, especially the greens? It just looks like some kind of supernatural entity passing overhead. :)

I know it's lovely to see, but is there something to feel, too? I guess the action is fairly high up, but I'm wondering if any of that magnetic discharge can be felt? That would be absolutely crazy if it could.

I'm glad you were able to see this and capture it for the rest of us.


Hi, @glenalbrethsen!
All I could say is that Aurora is a must-see :) You're right, all the action is quite high up in the sky and I doubt one could sense it physically, but when you see it, especially for the very first time, your body is overwhelmed with shivers and thrills of joy :)
I know sometimes Aurora gets south reaching Scotland, it could also be seen in Canada, Sweden, Finland (I've seen it there as well :)), Russia, etc.
I wish you see it for yourself! :)

Have a great Sunday,

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