Time-lapse photographer Christian Mülhauser braved sub-zero temperatures and frozen camera equipment to capture this stunning aurora footage from Norway during the last week of January 2012.
Powerful solar storms in January made for some impressive auroral displays… thanks to Christian for capturing them on camera!
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A meteor slices through the glow of the northern lights (or “Nordlys”) in this photo by Adon Buckley, taken near the border of Norway and Finland on the night of October 19, 2011.
“The weather was against us, it was raining heavily in the northern Norwegian town of Tromsø,” Adon describes on his Flickr page. “We drove for 2 hours and waited on the Norwegian/Finish border for 3 more and this was at the start of the show on October 19th.”
He adds, “I actually missed the shooting star when it happened, but my friend told me and I was eager to check the exposure when I got home.”
Great catch, Adon! And a wonderful photo as well.
See more of Adon’s photos on his Flickr photostream here.
Image © Adon Buckley. Used with permission.