photo by Sebastian Voltmer

These amazing pictures and videos show the aurora,  also known as the Northern Lights, which appeared over Kirkenes-Fjell.

Norway is well known as a country to view this stunning phenomenon, but rarely has it been seen in such fantastic clarity.

Auroras are visible all over Norway, but it is best to view them in the north, behind the Arctic Circle.

If you are planning on visiting Norway, the best time that you’ll get a chance to see the Aurora is in late autumn and early spring.
Best viewed in the night sky between 6.00pm and 1.00am, it is much easier to observe and wonder at it’s beauty.

If you’re not planning on visiting Norway in the near future, nothing is lost. Watch the amazing clips captured on film by Sebastian Voltmer.

About The Author: Joanna

Green Directory Representative and Contributor at Greenfudge. org. Hi! I grew up in the North-East of Poland, in the heart of Europe's last remaining primeval forest. This inspired me to feel inseparable from nature. Apart from being an environmentalist and animal lover, I am also a conductor, singer, composer and lyricist. I train Taekwon-do ITF and learn Chinese (Mandarin). Follow the links below to discover my music! I am currently working on my album and writing a novel. You are welcome to write me with any questions about the GreenFudge site! :) Twitter @amatajo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXHh83IoK5I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3i2Fwd-VC8



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