For the past five nights in a row, sky watchers around the Arctic Circle have witnessed green luminous tendrils dancing across the waning twilight of summer. It’s safe to say: Aurora season has begun. Here is the view from Arjeplog, Sweden, just after midnight on August 27th.
"The sky cleared up at midnight and I went out to have a quick look for Northern Lights," says photographer Nenne Åman. "The sky turned green just as I reached the shores of Lake Hornavan—perfect timing. This was my first aurora this season, so I am very happy at the moment!"