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Though current solar activity cycle is the weakest in a century it has brought us some really amazing lights in the night sky these past years. I photographed these Northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, in Southern Ostrobothnia, Finland between

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till rising and gliding out, I wander’d off by myself, in the mystical moist night-air, and from time to time, look’d up in perfect silence at the stars.

Milky Way

Lost and Found by Alexis Coram Behind a Yellowstone forest devastated by fire, the Milky Way thrives in the night. I could allow myself to be lost there.

Millions of stars erupt in the night sky over Mount Rainier National Park, creating this dazzling pic of the Milky Way and Washington’s iconic mountain. Photo courtesy of Kevin Shearer. — with KDS Photography at Mount Rainier National Park.

Millions of stars erupt in the night sky over Mount Rainier National Park, creating this dazzling pic of the Milky Way & Washington’s iconic mountain. Photo courtesy of Kevin Shearer. — with KDS Photography at Mount Rainier National Park.

captvinvanity

neither here nor there / captvinvanity: Panagiotis Laoudikos / Stars show on imgfave

Easy Street by Rob Dickinson - Photo 129054663 - 500px

Easy Street by Rob Dickinson - Photo 129054663 - Not minimizing, I would never do anything to intentionally hurt you!

I like the composition of the photograph. It depicts how small the individual is compared to the rest of the world.

Alone

Previous Pinner: "I like the composition of the photograph. It depicts how small the individual is compared to the rest of the world." And yet, we are part of such a grand design.

Milky Way selfie near Spiral Jetty | by: { Prajit Ravindran }

berrytokyo Japan mo ghra mo chroi — wolverxne: Milky way selfie near Spiral Jetty

A shot of the night sky looking south-southeast from Lake Granby in Grand County, Colorado. The bright star in the middle is Sirius, the brightest star in the sky and part of the constellation Canis Major. Part of the constellation Orion can be seen in the top right.

Lake Granby in Grand County, Colorado. The bright star in the middle is Sirius, the brightest star in the sky and part of the constellation Canis Major.