Tromsø, Norway 💚💜 Northern lights aren't always easy to capture without a dslr camera. In Tromsø, they grew so bright I was able to get them on the iPhone, but the shot is a little grainy. Taken outside just a few steps away from @RadissonBlu in #Tromsø#Norway#northernlights#aurora#nightshot w/the #iPhone#RadissonBlu has a ViewCam at their website. #fbf
The season for chasing the Northern Lights has started! @kaisa shared her experience under the stars, there is something just so magical about this place, don’t you think? ✨#autolevi#carsharing#finland#leviniglut
In this image, a bunch of pioneers lift a rocket onto its launch pad. The year is 1962, the day is August 18. Little Norway launched its first object into space from Andøya that day . The rocket was not entirely built in Norway, the USA and Denmark took part in this project, too, but the people you see in the image are Norwegians.
People here look back at that day with quite a bit of pride --- not nationalistic pride, simply pride. Given the circumstances, this rocket was about as special as it gets. It had nothing to do with the space race and thus faced challenges both in terms of funding and on the technical side.
Credits: Norsk Romsenter/Andøya Space Center
Sunrise and (swipe to see) Northern Lights over my tent in the Porcupine Mountains. 2014.
I can't wait to go back to this place. I could sit up on that escarpment all day and night and never bore of the view. I took these shots about 4 years ago on a solo backpacking trip and everytime I look at them it has a "come baaaaack" kind of effect on me. I mean, just look at that campsite! An Aurora show and that sunrise within hours of each other!?!? 🙌 Michigan magic!
There are so many spectacular places to visit and explore in Michigan! There's really no excuse not to go see them! So GO!!! Even day trips can reward you with sights and experiences that'll stick with you and change you. 🤘🌲 I'm always looking for a new place to visit in Michigan. Any ideas?