The aurora borealis is seen here in Tromso, Norway. The colorful northern lights are made by collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun entering the atmosphere of the Earth and can often be seen at northern latitudes, such as in Norway
This stunning Aurora Borealis photo was taken in Norway by Tommy Eliassen. The stripes in the sky of red and green contrast vividly; the perfect reflection of the sky in the sea magnifies the strange lighting effect.
(solar-storm-fueled auroras)---- "Eagle Lights"---The central light ribbon in this image resembles the head and beak of a bird, flanked by a radiant wingspan. The photo was taken in Grøtfjord, close to Tromsø in northern Norway.
✯ Volcan de Auroras Boreales (Aura Volcano) - Balsfijord, Norway - This photo was taken in Balsfjord (Norway).Northern Ligths appeared behind the mountains in the another size of the fjord, spectacle was amazing because lights seemed a volcano.