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Pictures of the day: 28 February 2012

An aurora shaped like an eagle or a phoenix is photographed in the above Grotfjord, close to Tromso, Norway. The image was taken by Arctic photographer Bjorn Jorgensen.

The Blue Lagoon, Iceland, is a geothermal spa. The outdoor bath remains 100-110°F year round. The natural ingredients of the warm water: mineral salts, white silica and blue green algae. These ingredients clean exfoliate, nourish & soften the skin while relaxing the body.

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Where to Catch the World's Best Light Show

WSJ's Kathleen Squires spotlights the Northern Lights (Photo by Hurtigruten)

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Insiders' guide to the northern lights

Want to see this someday.

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The week in pictures: 6 April 2012

夜光虫?

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Blue Lagoon, Iceland

The water averages 98 to 102 degrees and is said to have curative benefits.

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Travel Review: Reykjavík, Iceland

Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik - Iceland

The Northern Lights, Alaska. Going to Alaska is on my bucket list of places to travel. Bucket list #12