Holiday Aurora: Lights of Summer

The latest video from Seth Trobec is new to the internet, but was shot last summer over Independence Day and Labor Day weekends — July 2 and Sept. 4 to be precise. The timelapse was created from Trobec’s photos of the northern lights.

“My camera captures a variety of colors filling the sky and reflecting off the lake,” he wrote in the YouTube description. “Rolling fog in the wee hours of the morning, a beaver, and, possibly, a muskrat can be seen moving on the water, at times! The video ends, as sunrise approaches on September 4th, washing out the display, but what a display it was! All photos were taken with a Sony a7R III, while overlooking a small lake in northern Minnesota.”

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