The Northern Lights are a beautiful occurrence that til now, could only be viewed by those living in the far north. Explore it for yourself with a new set of Aurora Borealis photos by Swedish photographer Goran Strand. Strand utilized a Nikon D3s to take over 2,400 photos over the course of four hours to create a time-lapse of the event back in March.
Now those photos are available on your web browser, and the panoramic view created by the spherical lens of the camera allows the viewer to use their mouse to navigate the sky as if they were standing right outside watching the event. Trips to Alaska, Sweden, or the Yukon or no longer necessary to get a full view of the beautiful light show. Anyone can get a full view of the lights with these fantastic Aurora Borealis photos for your browser.
Northern Lights Browser Panoramas
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