We’re sure they don’t exist, but we’d like to find a person who admits to being sick of looking at the Southern Lights.
The Aurora Australis, aka Southern Lights, appeared over parts of Australia and New Zealand around Monday, making quite the spectacle for photographers and stargazers alike.
For those who want to be right there in the sky, there’s a special flight you can now take to see the aurora activity nice and close, if you got a few thousand bucks to blow.
As for the remainder of us mere mortals, we’ll just have to look at photos of them. These below shots were taken on the Waitakere Ranges, just south of Auckland. Read more…