Norway. It’s one of those places I want to visit before I die. No, the cold and the arctic chill aren’t exactly my cup of tea, but there’s a time to experience all that stuff, more specifically, the Northern Lights (also called the Aurora Borealis). I love nature and all it has to offer. It’s in a league of it’s own.
The smartest or most intelligent man or woman has yet to come up with the vast expanse of midnight sky, riddled with stars, the power of the crashing ocean waves, the stillness of freshly fallen snow, the ever-dependable change of seasons, the glory of the sun returning to its rest, or the magnificence of the northern lights. We’re only able to copy these things in our own finite way, yet nature already possesses all of these wonderful things.
In Norway, the northern lights are typically visible from October to March, with the peak season being December to February. Most auroras are a greenish color, but depending about the altitude, the atoms involved and the force of the particles entering the atmosphere, there are a variety of different colors it displays.
“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.” Psalm19:1