Have You Seen These Beautiful Pictures of Aurora Borealis??

@buenavida (7145)
Sweden
January 20, 2008 7:47am CST
Please see these pictures and tell me what you think, have you ever seen anything so beautiful? http://virtual.finland.fi/Nature_Environment/aurora/
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6 responses
• United States
20 Jan 08
Wow! Those are just beautiful!!! It is just amazing that those are real, and that they are natural! Natures beauty! It's unbeatable!!! :) The #22 one makes me think of a flying butterfly =P hehe. #25 looks like a flying pteridactyl!!!! (ne1 else see it?) lol
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@AmbiePam (43388)
• United States
20 Jan 08
That would be so cool to see any of it.
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@twoey68 (13662)
• United States
11 May 08
I think they are absolutely beautiful. It's hard to believe that those are actual sky pictures...I'd love to see that first hand. **AT PEACE WITHIN** ~~STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS~~
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@buenavida (7145)
• Sweden
14 May 08
I hope you will see them some day.. By the way, you really found a cute avatar.
@twoey68 (13662)
• United States
14 May 08
I wasn't able to save any of the pics but I found a loophole so at least I can save them to look at . I love my avatar too. I love that it always moves LOL **AT PEACE WITHIN** ~~STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS~~
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@buenavida (7145)
• Sweden
3 Sep 08
Hehe...your newest avatar is cute too, maybe coz I love cats.. ......
@taminder (92)
• India
22 Jan 08
i hav seen on net n television but never in live but i find these really mezmerizin
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@buenavida (7145)
• Sweden
24 Jan 08
Hope you see them in the sky some time, it is really impressing even if the colors are not so bright always - it is great to see them moving like dancing...
• India
24 Jan 08
wish i cud c that once in my life
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@buenavida (7145)
• Sweden
6 Jun 08
Here is a great movie, really beautiful. At the moment we cannot see the Northern Lights here either, it is light day and night near the Arctic Circle. So we have to watch the movie instead!.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv__nN9P6Bg&feature=related It is unbelievable how different this great show can be from time to time..
@AmbiePam (43388)
• United States
20 Jan 08
Wow! Those are incredible. If I saw them in person I think I would freak out. It doesn't seem something so beautiful could happen, but it does. I'd probably think the Lord was coming back, or that I had been wrong all these years, and aliens did exist, LOL. It's just such an awesome sight.
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@buenavida (7145)
• Sweden
21 Jan 08
If you have a chance to travel to the Arctic Cirle, Alaska or some other place, you will see it directly in the sky. Most of them are not that colorful, but it is great to see them moving and changing all the time.
@stringer321 (2568)
• Israel
22 Dec 12
I used to see light everywhere. The Northern Lights are very different from the usual light that we see : They look like a piece of light that travels and has shapes. The usual light is just many solar rays that cover everywhere possible. The colors are beautiful and it looks like someone put a big magnet that pulls light from the stars :) Some shapes remind me the Media Player effect when hearing music. Some of them reminds me fire and some of them look like a figure that was next to a magnet and some light of it was pulled to the magnet.
@buenavida (7145)
• Sweden
23 Dec 12
Hi, stringer321 - Thanks for responding. I looked at more movies about this Northern Light thing and here is a rather long one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9c3zQVcUOrI There is a scientific explanation to these lights but I believe that our Creator, who has constructed every atom and electron has given this show to us to enjoy in the dark winter nights. He is for sure the Great Artist.
@CarlHalling (3630)
• United Kingdom
20 Jan 08
What a lovely gift from God. Extraordinary, breathtaking beauty.
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