Stunning Southern Lights Over Dunedin in New Zealand

A couple of years ago, I read an article published by Yahoo! that the Northern Lights are fading. It will take another 10 years before it comes ‘back on’ again. A few months flew by and my Facebook wall were flooded with pictures of my friends’ visit to places like Iceland, Finland and Norway to chase the lights. I was full of envy.

Being on this side of the hemisphere, I have heard about the Southern Light but little did I know where to catch it. I blame it on my laziness – there were plenty of information online on where to find it.

So the first chartered flight on a Boeing 767 from New Zealand called “Flights to the Lights” has taken passengers to see the aurora australis – flying close to Antartica – and came back with stunning captures of the gyrating lights over Dunedin, New Zealand.

The whole journey took seven hours, taking advantage of the equinox effect with 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness, and crossed several times zones reported Otago Daily Times

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