Dazzling Displays of Aurora Borealis Dance Across The Night Sky

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When the sky comes to life in a magical display of green, red, purple, and all shades in between, it can only be one thing: Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. Aurora is a natural phenomenon that can occur at any time, but is most likely to be seen when the sky is pitch dark. While the occurrence is not rare, the light show is far more spectacular sometimes over others.

If you are looking for an Aurora show the place to go is Yellowknife, Canada. It was here, in this very northern location, that Korean Photographer, Kwon O Chul found he was in just the right place, at just the right time. In only a few seconds Chul was able to collect powerful footage of the luminous force that is Aurora Borealis.

 

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