While we’ve seen countless images of the Aurora Borealis, OZZO Photography’s take is a bit different than the norm. Rather than use a still camera on a tripod, he sent his drone flying through the green-tinged world of Reykjanes Iceland for a unique and immersive perspective.
Unless you live somewhere pretty far North and isolated from the big city, you probably don’t have a chance to see the Northern Lights. Enjoy the Aurora Borealis every time you fill up your coffee with this ceramic mug that reveals the glorious green lights whenever it heats up.
Perhaps the best ever time-lapse photography of the Aurora Borealis, Chad Blakley assembled 3 years of DSLR footage to create this awe-inspiring demonstration of Mother Nature’s spectacle.
Looking for an exotic locale for your next vacation? Why not head to Lapland, where you can sleep inside a thermal glass igloo, staring up at the Aurora Borealis. Snow igloos also available.
Tor Even Mathisen used a Canon EOS 5D mark II with a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II to create this wonderful time-lapse of the Aurora Borealis dancing over the night sky of TromsÃ¸, Norway.
We’re enjoying this collection of difficult-to-capture photos of the Aurora Borealis light display, visible in polar regions and observed at night, where it illuminates the northern horizon. (Thanks Hannah!)