Capture the Atlas has announced their 25 winners in the Northern Lights Photographer of the Year competition. Each of the chosen photographs comes with a great story. The photo above is titled “Santa’s Cabin,” taken by Olli Sorvari in Levi, Finland. He hiked out to the cabin in a couple of feet of snow without snowshoes to get it, and then it started snowing again. At Instagram, he says, “The roof, the roof, the roof is on fire… Didn’t need no water to put it out but sure felt thirsty after the hike🥸”
The above image was capture by Marybeth Kiczenski on November 4 at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, on the shore of Lake Superior in Wisconsin. She drove eight hours to get out from under clouds to witness the effects of a geomagnetic storm. This view is definitely worth it.
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See all 25 winning images with their photographers’ stories at Capture the Atlas. -via Everlasting Blort
See also:the 2020 winners.