Oh Lier! Yes. I've only ever seen photos. That was captured so beautifully. The whole family sat around the computer and watched it. As much as I love to see what you've been up to, I'll happily give it up for nearly 2 minutes to watch that.Anne xx
I'm still holding my jaw so it doesn't fall while I smile. That is breathtaking. :) *_*
Loved itmade me drop a tear... and smileAll the best (from Portugal)
I live in Canada and I have seen the northern lights a couple of times but never this spectacular! Wow!!
Stunning. My mom grew up in Alaska, and she got to see it live several times. I would love to, someday!
Thanks for sharing. My daughter's middle name is Aurora. So beautiful.
That was beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
WOW! It'd be so cool to see them in person! I've seen a few, but nothing like that.
Thank you so much. I want so much to experience this.
Breathtaking. Seeing the Northern Lights in on my "100 things to do before I die" list. I went to Russia and Iceland on separate trips, but wasn't lucky. One day. I am sharing this video with my entire family.
Wow! Such beauty.
I would love to see the aurora borealis some day. This might be as close as I ever get! Thanks for posting.
It's stunning! We are lucky enough to live in a place where it is possible to watch this "live"- we usually see it a few tmes every winter, but I've never seen anything as impressive as this!
I am lucky enough to live where the Northern Lights dance almost nightly in the winter months. I still remember many years ago when they were blood red and danced in a circle that seemed to reach down to the ground. Very strange, scary and beautiful. You never get tired of watching these amazing light shows.
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