Wordless Wednesday: Aurora Borealis Over Greenland

Northern-Lights

From the end of September to the middle of April, an incredible six to seven months, is aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, season in Greenland. That picture isn’t a fake. I’ve never been to #Greenland but I have been fortunate to see aurora borealis three times in my life and one was a really big one. The only other natural phenomena as incredible is a great sunset. And yes, I am still shamelessly trying to lure someone from Greenland to my blog. BTW, come back Friday. I have a GREAT guest interview. Have a great Wednesday! ~Phil

12 responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Aurora Borealis Over Greenland

  1. What a coincidence, I just flew over Greenland three days ago. I guess it wasn’t the right season for aurora borealis but it was still impressive… Greetings from Maryland and a great Wednesday to you.

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  2. Greenland AND Northern Lights! Great combination 🙂

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  3. Nature paints the most incredible pictures.

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  4. I was too young when we lived in Alaska to appreciate The Northern Lights but I’ve heard my mother talk about it. Great picture! ~Elle

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  5. NotAPunkRocker

    I guess I never thought about where else you can see them. I would love to one day, too gorgeous.

    Greenland has a green sky, ha ha 😀

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  7. Wowsa! Those colors. I saw them once when I was in MN, but the colors were not that intense.

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  8. My sister lives in Upstate New York, and she was so excited to saw the Northern Lights earlier this year. Alas, it was overcast. 😦

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