The English photographer Matt Robinson spent the winter of 2017-18 in the Finnish part of Lapland, and this has resulted in some spectacular footage out of.
Robinson spent the winter filming the breathtaking northern lights, which according to Visit Finland in particular can be seen between september and march. Recently he has shared the result on videotjenesten Vimeo with the following description:
'To catch the northern lights quite often described as a 'hunt', which suggests that the magic light is akin to an elusive, endangered wild animal, which one hoped to catch a quick glimpse of in its natural habitat, before it sees you and runs away to safety. In my opinion, it is not far from the truth', writes Matthew Robinson for indfangelsen of this fascinating phenomenon, as you can see in the video above the article.
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If you've ever wondered how the northern lights look like from space, you can get the answer here. It takes place on the planet's southern hemisphere, so technically speaking, the southern lights. Video: NASA.
Science & engineering - 13. christmas. 2017 - at. 18:33 Incredible pictures: Gigantic light show filmed from the space