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I just spent an hour right outside my home watching northern lights for the first time. Potentially the most beautiful and fascinating thing I've ever seen. :faint: Not that I've seen much in my life but this was hands down worth all the superlatives. It was like a living and breathing magical light painting all over the sky. Silent ambient green fireworks against a cloudless night sky with all the stars visible. I had hard time deciding which way to look because it was everywhere and constantly moving and changing in every direction. It made me smile more than anything in ages, it made time and place vanish, and I never wanted it to end. Maybe I really should move somewhere where I can see them more often than once in 30 years. I might be a far happier person. With a very sore neck.

[I live in southern Finland and I've always wanted to be in the northern parts of the country because they get to see northern lights so often there, but I've never even travelled there. I've been repeating over and over again all my life that I want to see northern lights, even once, and absolutely unexpectedly, tonight was that time. They were not as bright as they probably are in the north but still mind-blowing and absolutely impossible to miss. And that's more than good enough for me. I'm thrilled I finally got to see them with my own eyes, without needing to just imagine for the rest of my life what they'd actually look like. It's so rare here in the south to have a chance to see them and it's already been said in the news that tonight was probably as good as it's going to get here.] 

Fore those who enjoy this sort of thing, here's the best video I've seen of northern lights: vimeo.com/flatlightfilms/auror…

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  • Listening to: Nightwish - Élan

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I just spent an hour right outside my home watching northern lights for the first time. Potentially the most beautiful and fascinating thing I've ever seen. :faint: Not that I've seen much in my life but this was hands down worth all the superlatives. It was like a living and breathing magical light painting all over the sky. Silent ambient green fireworks against a cloudless night sky with all the stars visible. I had hard time deciding which way to look because it was everywhere and constantly moving and changing in every direction. It made me smile more than anything in ages, it made time and place vanish, and I never wanted it to end. Maybe I really should move somewhere where I can see them more often than once in 30 years. I might be a far happier person. With a very sore neck.

[I live in southern Finland and I've always wanted to be in the northern parts of the country because they get to see northern lights so often there, but I've never even travelled there. I've been repeating over and over again all my life that I want to see northern lights, even once, and absolutely unexpectedly, tonight was that time. They were not as bright as they probably are in the north but still mind-blowing and absolutely impossible to miss. And that's more than good enough for me. I'm thrilled I finally got to see them with my own eyes, without needing to just imagine for the rest of my life what they'd actually look like. It's so rare here in the south to have a chance to see them and it's already been said in the news that tonight was probably as good as it's going to get here.] 

Fore those who enjoy this sort of thing, here's the best video I've seen of northern lights: vimeo.com/flatlightfilms/auror…

  • Mood: Excited
  • Listening to: Nightwish - Élan

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SAR500 Featured By Owner 44 minutes ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thankyou for the llama and here's one back
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Ko-raruairando Featured By Owner 2 hours ago
Kiitoksia laamasta! :happybounce:
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Rivalkyrie Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  New member Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for the llama!
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Thanks for the llama!
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Koyukiy Featured By Owner 8 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much for the llama~!
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Thanks for the llama
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dragon-man13 Featured By Owner 9 hours ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey! thanks a lot for the Llama
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Thanks for the llama
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thank you for the lama
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