By Jilly | 9th January
How many wonders of the world aren't manmade structures? There are so many amazing sights to see around the world and often in obscure locations. One example of this is a rare occasion that many people have said they would like to see before they die. Are you one of them?
The Northern Lights are the result of gaseous particles colliding in the Earth's atmosphere with charged particles from the Sun's atmosphere. The changes in color occur from the different types of gas particles that collide. Most common are the green and yellow blend that you may have seen in other images or videos of the Northern Lights. In this video, you get the full display of this strange phenomenon at a peak time for the Lights. This incredible time lapse shows several incidents during a very active Aurora Borealis near Inari in Lapland, Finland. Inari is north enough that you can see the Northern Lights most nights. Does this interest you more now? It sounds like Finland may be the place to go if so! Share this with your friends to see if they would like to join you on your trip to see them. How can you not want to go after seeing the sights from this video? Leave us a comment below with another sight that you want to travel and see somewhere on Earth!
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