Photographed by a full circle fisheye lens, the northern lights dominate the sky above this small Sami village in Lapland, northern Sweden.
Sami people in Lapland traditionally believed that the northern lights were the energies of the souls of the departed. Some Eskimos described aurora as the dancing spirits. Some Indians in the North America described it as a fire in the far north, a reminder from the creator of the Earth. — Babak Tafreshi
Note:Auroras are formed when solar activity from the sun clashes with the Earth’s electromagnetic field creating the curtains of light we see in the sky.