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AURORA BOREALIS ILLUMINATES LAPLAND

From vivid greens to glowing pinks, the colours of the aurora borealis fill the night sky above a snow covered Lapland. The elusive natural phenomenon, also known as the Northern Lights, was photographed by Lana Tannir when she was on a six day trip through northern Finland. The 24-year-old student visited Urho Kekkonen National Park, located in Saariselkä, Finland, as well as a nearby igloo village, named Kakslauttanen. Lana, of Starnberg, Germany, says “Seeing the Northern Lights cannot simply be described with only one emotion.

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