The amazing Northern Lights, officially known in the Northern hemisphere as Aurora Borelias, are natural phenomena that features amazing colored light displays over the Earth. Although they look calm, the Northern Lights are produced by millions of explosions of magnetic energy. In 1621, a French scientist, Pierre Gassendi, saw the lights in the north and named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora. He added the word “borealis” for the Roman god of the north wind, Boreas. Through the following photos I have selected for you, enjoy in the magical view of this magnificent colored lights written in the sky.

Church Under The Northern Lights, Iceland

ChurchPhoto by Þorsteinn H Ingibergsson

Forest

ForestPhoto by Francesco Ferrarini

Green

GreenPhoto by Haakon Nygard

Light Blue

Light-BluePhoto credit to nordicexperience.co.uk

Multicolored

Multi-coloredPhoto by Patrick J Endres

Northern Lights In Iceland

Northern-Lights-IcelandPhoto by Gudjon Otto Bjarnason

Rainbow Colors

Rainbow-ColorsPhoto credit to weheartit.com

Reflection

ReflectionPhoto by Arild Heitmann

Beach Under The Northern Lights, Norway

Beach-Under-The-Northertn-LightsPhoto by Alex Shar

Road To The Green Light

Road-To-The-Green-LightPhoto by Lord Muzzy

Forest Mysteries, Norway

Forest-Mysteries1Photo by Anders Hanssen