This year’s most inspiring images of the Northern Lights

Forest of Lights Alaska, United States. Photo: Mark Adams/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Coinciding with the season aurora borealis With the aim of inspiring and sharing the beauty of this natural phenomenon, travel and photography blog Capture The Atlas brings us the best photos of the Northern Lights every year. These are the 25 finalists from the Northern Lights Photographer of the Year competition, in this edition we will be looking at the skies of the United States, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

Photo quality, the story behind the shot, and the ability to be inspired by photos in general are key factors in choosing photos each year. Dan Zafra, Editor of Capture The Atlas, selects these images for 12 months not only from photos taken by some of the world’s most famous photographers, but also from new talent, as well as places where the aurora borealis have not been photographed before. . It’s an example of the northern lights captured on the recently active Fagradalsfjall volcano, and it’s one of the best photos in this edition of the competition we show you with a selection of the finalists.

Murmansk, Russia. Photo: Daniel Cordan/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year.

Lago Tekapo, Nueva Zealand. Foto: Larryn Rae / Photographer of the Year at the Northern Lights.

Yukon, Canada. Photo: Joshua Snow/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Wisconsin, United States. Foto: Marybeth Kiczenski/Northern Lights Photographer of 2021.

Senga, Norway. Photo: Fr√łydis Dalheim // Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Peninsula de Cola, Russia. Photo: Sergey Korolev/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Levi, Finland. Photo: Ole Survary/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Teberk, Murmansk. Russia. Photo: Alexey R/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Noroega. Photo: Virgil Riglione/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Dakota Del Norte, United States. Photo: Marshall Lieb/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Westrahorn, Island. Photo: Stefan Liebermann/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Islas Lofoten, Norway. Photo: Frank Olsen/Northern Lights Photographer of the Year 2021.

Gildingdaler, Island. Photo: Jeroen van Neuenhof/the 2021 Northern Lights Photographer.

Islas Lofoten, Norway. Photo: Giulio Cobianci/the 2021 Northern Lights Photographer.

(taken from National Geographic)

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