Finland Tries to Lure Tourists Using Auroras

This video, filled with night time scenes, was put together to entice people to visit Finland. I think they’ve succeeded. As often as I have seen videos of Aurora Borealis, they still somehow retain that “wow” factor.

Here’s a selection of northern lights we filmed during the winter 2011 in several locations in the Finnish Lapland. It’s filmed with DSLR cameras with timelapse technique and with remote pan/tilt heads.

Link: www.visitfinland.com

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  3. anonymoose says:

    A plural isn’t made using an apostrophe.

  4. Pula says:

    It looks stunning but I bet over there it’s freezing as hell. Anyway I would definitely like to see it. Maybe I visit Finland some day.

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