Some timelapse I captured on the “Mystical Aurora Borealis”!

Some amazing movement of magical northern lights were captured on film during my cycling journey beyond the Arctic Circle. This year (2013) is the peak of the northern lights, where the solar activity is at the maximum and I was very lucky to be able to capture this magical… unearthly… Aurora Borealis almost every night since I crossed into Arctic Circle. These are only some footage from my upcoming complete documentary film, “Dengan Basikal Aku Menjelajah” (With Bicycle I Travel)

I really appreciate whenever the light started to dance in the sky, since I came a loonnggg way to see this and… I chose the hard way to come all the way here.. on bicycle. So I really really appreciate it whenever the Aurora Borealis show up!

6 Comments on “Some timelapse I captured on the “Mystical Aurora Borealis”!

  1. Thanks for posting. It’s fantastic. What was the time interval for the time lapse? Just want to get a feel of the speed of the movement of the Aurora Borealis.

    • Hi Zulsim,
      Tq, the interval time is 2 secs for each photos. So the timelapse is 50x faster than realtime… this vid is at 25 fps

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