Polarlights over Lappland

Watching the polar lights near Kiruna

Copyright: Martin hertel
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10868x5434
Uploaded: 29/09/2012
Updated: 16/06/2014


Tags: polarlight; aurora; borealis; norway; kiruna
  • Guesti over 1 year ago
    I fall in love all over again, because of pictures like this. Thanks for sharing, 5*!!
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