Lights In The Sky
The Northern Lights! I love looking for them. This board will likely grow. Hope so, anyway.
~~The aurora borealis lights the nights sky in Alaska's Brooks range, arctic, Alaska by Patrick J. Endres | AlaskaPhotoGraphics~~Wow, the curves are amazing.
Northern Lights, Arctic Alaska | AlaskaPhotoGraphics.com
Milky Way, The Moon, and Earth in One Photo. Bit of a trifecta, you ask me.
Milky Way, The Moon, and Earth in One Photo - Daring Planet
Aurora Borealis in Finland. The sun gives off high-energy charged particles (called ions) that travel out into space at speeds up to 1200 kilometers per second. A cloud of such particles is called a plasma. The stream of plasma coming from the sun is known as the solar wind. As the solar wind interacts with the edge of the earth's magnetic field, some of the particles are trapped and follow the lines of magnetic force down into the ionosphere. When the particles hit the gases they glow. bucketlist, bucket list, northern lights, aurora borealis, natur, finland, beauti, travel, place
Colourful Aurora Borealis in Finland. WOW comes to mind.
Aurora November 9, 2013 near Wasilla, Alaska. Words fail to describe everything we perceive.
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Thunderhead Cloud! No, it’s not an explosion or anything. That is just a cloud, looks amazing though. It’s called Thunderhead Cloud or a Cumulonimbus cloud, and the color which you can see in, is because of the sun rays falling through it. !! — sky, thunderstorm, color, sunset, bomb, storm clouds, thunderhead cloud, light, sun rays
Thunderhead Cloud! No, it’s not an explosion or anything. That is just a cloud, looks amazing though. It’s called Thunderhead Cloud or a Cumulonimbus cloud, and the color which you can see in, is because of the sun rays falling through it. !! BULLSHIT! IT'S THEM! THEY'RE COMING TO STEAL OUR WATER! Or, it's just a really kewl cloud. You decide.
flitterling: Northern Lights, Alaska, by Carl Johnson. Wow! Some very unusual colors in there.
Out of this World
BFX_7853s | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Just frickin' AWESOME!
Northern Lights ~ Iceland. A true wowsie-dowsie!
Enjoy this moment ~ Yellowknife, Canada. OMG!
space by Tommy Eliassen, via Flickr
Cloudy skies: If Meteorologists confirm the new name 'Asperatus', it could be the first such classification in half a century © Ken Prior~~
A solar flare is a sudden brightening observed over the Sun’s surface. This picture captured by the NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory illustrates one of these beautiful prominences. This phenomena sent out particles and a third radiation belt that traveled near Earth a few days later. sun sol, final frontier
The ten thousand degree tendril. Just the sun showing off for us mere mortals who can do nothing by see and marvel.