Evening photo: Northern lights, Finland

The Aurora borealis illuminates the sky above Urho Kekkonen National Park in Finland. The elusive natural phenomenon, also known as the Northern Lights, was photographed by Lana Tannir when she was on a six day trip through northern Finland. Picture: Lana Tannir/HotSpot Media

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  • bob e

    they better be careful as the immigrant n africans might deem
    this as shirk ..

    • Frau Katze

      They might indeed. They’d think it was black magic.

  • AlanUK

    There are times like this when I wish I lived where I could see the Aurora Borealis (or Australis) but then I remember the cold and dark winters and I quickly change my mind – Middle England will do me!

    • Frau Katze

      I saw them in northern Canada (the Yukon) and it was EXTREMELY cold. -40° (Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same at this particular temperature). God awful.

      Block heaters or your car won’t start. If people just making a quick visit, they left their engine running). You couldn’t feel any heat coming from the heater.