NORTHERN LIGHTS – GET READY TO TICK OFF YOUR BUCKET LIST WITH FORWARD TRAVEL
Northern Lights – Get Ready to Tick off your Bucket List with Forward Travel
Some people say it is sheer luck to get the chance of experiencing the Northern Lights, while others say that it requires careful planning.
Both sides are correct.
There is no guarantee that you will see the Northern Lights at any time, but some planning is required as the lights are not visible year-round.
The team at Forward Travel, believes that one thing is for sure: you should have an excellent travel planner with you who will guide you in the right direction as to when and where will be the best time to seek out this marvel of nature.
But, why the Northern Lights? Well, if you dig into the bucket list of any wanderer or traveller, you will find a line, ‘experience the Northern Lights’ listed there. It is such a geographical phenomenon that you cannot afford to miss it.
What is the specialty of the Northern Lights?
A splash of pink, blue, green in the starry dark sky – that is what you get to see as you plan for the Northern Lights. It is almost like the curtains on a theatre stage. Imagine the curtains opening, but the curtains are not cloth, they are these giant size magical colours swaying across the sky.
Science explains it as an electrically charged atmosphere. When the gaseous elements from the sun get electrically charged and enter the earth’s atmospheric zone, the Northern Lights are formed. Whatever the reason, experiencing the Northern Lights will undoubtedly be the show of a lifetime. The show will speak for itself, and the reason it happens won’t be so important, but having experienced it will.
Let us give you some interesting insights about the Northern Lights that will be inspiring enough to book a trip now.
It is constantly changing.
Can anything be better than this? It can be bright neon-green paint strokes or red rainbows in the sky. It means your experience of watching the Northern Lights can differ to that of others. What you may experience can be completely different from a person who has attended two years back, or even 24 hours prior. The hues painted on the sky keep on changing, and you will never know what is in store until you see it.
To quote Forrest Gump; “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get.” Well, the Aurora Borealis is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get.
Fast Fact: The most common colour of the Northern Lights is yellowish green. It occurs when the electrically charged elements hit the oxygen layer. The red is not that common, and you must be fortunate to experience it. While the yellowish green light is formed 100 kms above your head, the reddish hue is formed above 300 kms.
A milestone for the nature photographers
Every travel photographer wishes to click something in their life that is worth sharing with the world.
Capturing the Northern Lights is a very rewarding achievement, as it requires a certain skill and photographic sense.
So, whether you are a professional or an amateur photographer, capturing such a wonder of nature will leave you feeling very satisfied.