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Aurora borealis photos

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The northern lights, or aurora borealis, are seen when the solar wind stream hits Earth's magnetic field, sparking bright auroras around the Arctic Circle.These shots were taken by photographer Bjorn Jorgensen who lives in Tromso in northern Norway.

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Wow! So beautiful original.gif I really want to see this for myself one day thumbsup.gif . Anyone lucky enough to live somewhere you can see this regularly is now officially on my envy list wink2.gif

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Stunning!

Anyone lucky enough to live somewhere you can see this regularly is now officially on my envy list wink2.gif

You have an envy list? :P Is it written in black marker pen and everything?

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You have an envy list? tongue.gif Is it written in black marker pen and everything?

Actually, it is written in black ink! :P.

Somebody at work has just shown me their own photos of the phenomenon. No fair! disgust.gif . Lol.

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Man I would kill to see this :)

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It blows my mind everytime I see one of these threads. It's just such a common occurance where I live that it amazes me that people are willing to travel here to see them! Honestly, I barely even notice anymore! lol! Anyway, I'm going up to my cabin this weekend in northwestern Ontario. I'll see if I can get some pictures although they do seem to occur more in the fall.

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It blows my mind everytime I see one of these threads. It's just such a common occurance where I live that it amazes me that people are willing to travel here to see them! Honestly, I barely even notice anymore! lol! Anyway, I'm going up to my cabin this weekend in northwestern Ontario. I'll see if I can get some pictures although they do seem to occur more in the fall.

Jealous.

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