Photographer's Note

Solar wind is drawn by the earth magnetic poles towards the poles. When colliding with magnetic charged particles in the atmosphere it creates a natural light show that never seizes to astonish. While the Northern Lights occur all year round, it can be seen in the winter month only as otherwise there is to much light in the sky.
Still early in the season the Aurora Borealis flickers over the Fjord near Seydisfjördur in the eastern fjords in Iceland.

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Additional Photos by Daniel Solinger (marabu61) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 970 W: 63 N: 2126] (11587)
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