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The Magical Aurora Borealis at Night

There is nothing quite as magical as watching the aurora borealis appear over the arctic waters of Iceland and Greenland. The clear waters reflect the gorgeous variation of colors that illuminate the Nordic skies. The aurora borealis occurs after an 11 year cycle. Wait until you see the amazing timelapse video of the aurora borealis.

Shooting the video was no easy task for Joe Capra, since the only ways of entry into Greenland are via plane, helicopter, snowmobile or dogsled. The freezing Icelandic winds made shooting even more of a challenge, but fortunately, everything came out just perfect! I hope you enjoy this incredible timelapse of the aurora borealis.
 
 

Two Lands - Greenland | Iceland

 
 

1) A Picturesque Image of the Aurora in Iceland 

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

2) Aurora Reflecting Off a Stream in Iceland 

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

3) A Golden Sunrise in Illulisat Ice Fjord, Greenland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

4) A Violet Sunset in Disko Bay, Greenland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

5) A Surreal Landscape in Ilulissat Ice Fjord, Greenland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

6) Base Camp for Joe Capra in Ilulissat Town, Greenland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

7) The Emerald Aurora Skies of Iceland Road

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

8) Lime Green Reflections of the Aurora in Iceland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

9) The Holographic Aurora Sky in Greenland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

10) Aurora Illuminating the Greenland Lake 

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

11) Preparing to Film the Aurora in Greenland!

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  

12) An Icy Dogsled Ride Over the Frozen Lakes of Greenland

 
Aurora Borealis Greenland and Iceland  
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(H/T: boredpanda.com)
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