• Becca Brown

    I want to see an Aurora Borealis before I die. Top of the Bucket List

  • Andrea Wild

    Northern Lights, Norway. What a place, perfect for relaxation, watching the colours float through the sky, bliss!!

  • Sarah Rock

    norway, look at those beautiful lights in the sky! <3 so in love. anywhere that has the Aurora borealis i'd love to go to!

  • Claire Nutter

    Aurora borealis #northernlights

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