Friday, March 31, 2017

The Northern Lights in the Arctic Look at the flaming lights shining high in the sky

Hi – I’m reading “The Seven Natural Wonders Of The Earth (My First Travel Books Book 2)” by Anna Othitis, Cecelia Morgan, LionheART Publishing House and wanted to share this quote with you.
“The Northern Lights in the Arctic Look at the flaming lights shining high in the sky, like beautiful colored party ribbons they stretch and curve as we fly. Waving like dancing figures, jumping left to right, they show off their brightness in the darkness of night. Clashing together, the colors so bold. Blue, green, pink and red story is told. So light and so bright telling of their love and pride, what an amazing natural wonder, another glorious airplane ride! The energy of the Aurora are the particles in solar winds clashing together and going past the Earth. This shows beautiful different colors of light that are reflected off the white snow in the north and south poles. These lights can be seen in the North Arctic and South Antarctic, Iceland, Alaska and Northern Canada. When the sun peeps up to rise in the sky, a greenish or faint red glow can be seen.”NATURAL

YOU CAN FIND “THE SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS OF THE EARTH” 
(MY FIRST TRAVEL BOOKS BOOK 2) 
BY ANNA OTHITIS AT:

AMAZON – FREE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED

No comments:

Post a Comment