We had several nights of Aurora Borealis a.k.a Northern Lights, on this year’s Bloodvein River canoe expedition.
On the best night, the light show started to become visible even before it was fully dark.
We’d had a full day of paddling and portaging. The get out was a little tricky, requiring us to carry each piece of equipment individually up onto the bluff. So, it was dusk by the time the fire was properly going, water boiling and dinner being prepared.
But we were in for a treat more than just our tasty food.
As it became fully dark, we were witness to the most amazing northern lights display, lasting about 90 minutes in total a small fraction of which was captured in the time lapse shown above. Enjoy!
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