Aurora Borealis (Lofoten)[6 photos]

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Description

Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (053)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (053)
68° 12′ 34″ N, 13° 29′ 50″ E

Norway is an area normally associated with the appearance of Aurora Borealis. There, under the auroral oval, one can observe the Aurora Borealis very often, sometimes daily. The actual visibility depends primarily on the season and on the weather.

Photos

Photo index

Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (036)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (036)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (039)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (039)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (051)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (051)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (052)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (052)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (053)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (053)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (059)
Aurora Borealis (Lofoten) (059)

Pictures taken with a Canon EOS1

See also

Aurora Borealis (Iceland)

Aurora Borealis (Iceland) (054) Jökulsárlón
Aurora Borealis (Iceland) (054)Jökulsárlón
64° 6′ 48″ N, 16° 15′ 44″ W

An aurora borealis, sometimes referred to as polar lights, northern lights, is a natural light display in the Earth’s sky, predominantly seen in the high-latitude regions (around the Arctic). Auroras are produced when the magnetosphere is… [Read more]

My best photos of Norway

Hamnøy (Lofoten) (208)
Hamnøy (Lofoten) (208)

Gallery of my best photos of all over Norway. [Read more]

Norway

Hamnøy (Lofoten) (208)
Hamnøy (Lofoten) (208)

Lofoten is an archipelago in the county of Nordland, Norway. Lofoten is known for a distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands. The principal towns in Lofoten are Leknes in… [Read more]