Though current solar activity cycle is the weakest in a century it has brought us some really amazing lights in the night sky these past years. I photographed these Northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, in Southern Ostrobothnia, Finland between
Northern lights in the night sky of Finland. -- laying in the colours using pastels and fiery fuchsia (God plays with light the way we play with chalk) -- then he throws twinkling diamonds onto his moving curtain.
According to My Modern Met, photographer Lincoln Harrison creates these mind-blowing shots of startrails exploding in the night by using long exposures combined with a creative zoom technique, and then layering two images together in post-production