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Northern Lights, Natural Beauty, Amazing

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Here's some pics
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00687/SNF2022A_682_687110a.jpg

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00687/SNF2022D_682_687292a.jpg

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00687/SNF2022C_682_687109a.jpg

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00687/auroralargeembedm_6_687324a.jpg

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00687/lightsembed_380x250_687305a.jpg
#2
omg did u go there? or is this from the program?

Sooooooo stunning
#3
pcnutta
omg did u go there? or is this from the program?

Sooooooo stunning


I wish,

From The Sun website

I just thought they were really nice and Christmasy
suspended#4
wow amazing
#5
i want to go there to see it, apparently they dont guarantee u get to see it , but omg imagine seeing that.
Total beauty!
Something i must do before i die!
#6
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Polarlicht_2.jpg/800px-Polarlicht_2.jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/Red_and_green_aurora.jpg/800px-Red_and_green_aurora.jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/07/Aurore_australe_-_Aurora_australis.jpg
#7
stunning
#8
I would so love to see them as well.

http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii78/chesso_photos/Christmas%202008/ns0001_1m.jpg
#9
pcnutta
i want to go there to see it, apparently they dont guarantee u get to see it , but omg imagine seeing that.
Total beauty!
Something i must do before i die!


You and me both, I've always dreamed of going to see them, The closer you get to the Poles the more likely you are of seeing them, Canada's a good place to see them and Canada is a place with some fantastic scenery, I bet they'd look great from space as well.
#10
Really is just amazing. After watching Joanne Lumley`s visit there I have a real yearning to go too.:thumbsup:
#11
i've seen them! in my home town - montrose in scotland, it's on the north east coast. they weren't quite so spectacular as these pictures but it was definitely them!
#12
seen the lights in the flesh , what a amazing sight we were in canada for my brothers wedding and we seen them on his wedding night!
a present money can't really buy!
#13
shauneco
You and me both, I've always dreamed of going to see them, The closer you get to the Poles the more likely you are of seeing them, Canada's a good place to see them and Canada is a place with some fantastic scenery, I bet they'd look great from space as well.


fancy going halves on a shuttle:thumbsup:

lol
banned#14
Guy at work just returned from a 4 day trip to Lapland.

Cloudy the whole time he was there... never got to see them!
#15
guv
Guy at work just returned from a 4 day trip to Lapland.

Cloudy the whole time he was there... never got to see them!


aww gutting, poor fella
banned#16
pcnutta
aww gutting, poor fella


He's certainly poorer! It cost £2800 for 2 adults and 2 kids for 4 days! Ouch!
#17
Isnt photoshop wonderful. :)
#18
pcnutta
fancy going halves on a shuttle:thumbsup:

lol


I could just about manage to chip in £5 lol

Anyone want to sub me?
1 Like #19
I saw them up in the Isle of Skye a couple of years ago and they are just amazing to see! A good site to keep an eye on is Aurorawatch based at Lancaster Uni, they track solar activity and let you know when it's most likely to see the lights in the UK. You can also subscribe to email alerts for when activity is high: http://www.dcs.lancs.ac.uk/iono/aurorawatch/
#20
bjmcghee
I saw them up in the Isle of Skye a couple of years ago and they are just amazing to see! A good site to keep an eye on is Aurorawatch based at Lancaster Uni, they track solar activity and let you know when it's most likely to see the lights in the UK. You can also subscribe to email alerts for when activity is high: http://www.dcs.lancs.ac.uk/iono/aurorawatch/



That's a super link bjm - thank you . :thumbsup:
I must travel north.

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