Winners Of The Northern Lights Contest

One of the wonderful things that nature has given us is very colorful, magnificent and even magical aurora borealis. This beautiful phenomenon occurs in the high-latitude regions because of the disturbances in the magnetosphere caused by the solar wind. Here are given the best photographs for the “Northern Lights Photographer of the Year” competition, organized by Capture the Atlas. Let’s check out the winners of the contest.

1. “Under A Canadian Sky”

By Parker Burkett. British Columbia, Canada.

2. “The Hunt’s Reward”

By Ben Maze. Tasmania, Australia.

3. “Symphony Of The Lights”

By Iurie Belegurschi. Thingvellir, Iceland.

4. “Dragon Eggs”

By Roksolyana Hilevych. Lofoten Islands, Norway.

5. “Spring Fireworks”

By Ole Salomonsen. Tromso, Norway.

6. “Finland At Night”

By Kim Jenssen. Finnish Lapland.

7. “The Tower Of Sorcery”

By Joaquín Marco. Iceland.

8. “Convergence”

By Agnieszka Mrowka. Jökulsárlón, Iceland.

9. “Gate To The North”

By Filip Hrebenda. Iceland.

10. “Hafragilsfoss Aurora”

By Stefano Pellegrini. Iceland.

11. “Lights In The Land Of Living Skies”

By Jeanine Holowatuik. Saskatchewan, Canada.

12. “Vikings In The Sky”

By Nico Rinaldi. Iceland.

13. “When A Dream Became A Reality”

By Mohad Almehanna. Yukon, Canada.

14. “Right Before The Freezing”

By Aki Mikkola. Finnish Lapland.

15. “Lofoten Ice Lights”

By Dennis Hellwig. Lofoten Islands, Norway.

16. “Affirmation”

By William Patino. Iceland.

17. “Pictured Rocks Magic”

By Marybeth Kiczenski. Upper Michigan Peninsula, USA.

18. “Ghosts Of The Fell”

By Petri Puurunen. Finnish Lapland.

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