Aurora borealis in Murmansk region.
I love this site..
Thanks for taking the time to find all these images.. I dont care if half of them are russian or not.. 🙂
I totally agree.
I love this site too, I told everyone about this site to everybody in the place I work. Everybody likes it too, and tells me they find it very interesting and they keep visiting. Thank you for keeping this site alive and so interesting. I knew there is more to Russia, but after visiting this site I realized it is such a diverse and interesting place.
One of the most beautiful nature phenomena. It makes me realize how powerful and fragile (at the same time) our nature is 🙂
On the horse!
P.S. Fantastic pictures!
It’s a shame that these pics are so tiny. 🙁
Colder than a witch’s tit!
haha i never see green ligt before ! ! !
You should start drinking !
why you be so mean to me
you should check out traffic lights once…
Those little houses look so cute and snug !
That is beautiful
Amazing, nice pictures and nice site. Salutations form Spain.
Such awsome, mystical beauty.
I have once seen a most beautiful one in here Finland. It looked like a giant ring with long tendrils extending and slowly expanding to every direction =) I tried to search the web for a similar picture but found nothing like it.
I have also seen this, about 15 years ago in Vancouver BC, Canada, where you hardly ever see the Northern Lights. To me it looked like a basketball, but seen from the inside. The ring part and tendrils were white and then there were all sorts of colours. It was hard to see because of all the streetlights (we weren’t in the downtown area, but a suburb)but out a side window you could see red, blue, green and I think even yellow, and purple. I have seen a few wisps of Northern Lights since then, but nothing as amazing as that.
Years ago I saw the Aurora Borealis in Alaska. It seemed to me that they actually made a strange sound.
You know the pictures must be great when the nuts are nowhere to be seen!
Beautiful post… thanks
now thats wat i call Photoshop must be the cs3 one according to the brush strokes on those FAKE borealises
beautyfull pics..wher’s the best place to see the aurora borealis? i want to see it at least once in my life…
im from murmansk and i have never seen it((
all t5he above imagages turned out facinating its weely remarkable as shown to us the nature and pure instincts of our beloved earth…..really really snuggy,i just had to enlarge some of the pics and made a large frame outta it!!!
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