Natural Habitat Adventures guide Brad Josephs captured this spectacular northern lights display last night in Churchill. Brad is continually exceeding previous expectations of the most incredible lights he and his groups view week after week!
“Wow. One more fantastic show, almost every night the skies fill with green gold. When the aurora starts dancing a still image doesn’t do it justice. Here is real time video, shot with Sony A9. It wasn’t until recently that mirrorless cameras came out that could capture the reality of seeing aurora. Check it out!!!!! I am so excited. Shot while guiding aurora photo expedition for @naturalhabitatadventures at @teamwapusk camp. Churchill is the best place to see aurora!”
Here are some final retrospective aurora shots from Alex De Vries – Magnifico at Discover Churchill. These astonishing images of northern lights were taken over the last couple of weeks of Natural Habitat Adventures’ northern lights season. Alex has been a reliable source of incredible northern lights pics over the years and this season has been no exception. Another season is in the books with nearly all travelers seeing phenomenal aurora displays over multiple nights. Can’t wait for Churchill Summer adventures to get underway! Enjoy!
Circular aurora borealis over the Wapusk Adventures dogsled camp in Churchill. Discover Churchill photo.
Northern lights illuminate the Canadian Shield in Churchill. Discover Churchill photo.
Aurora borealis illuminates a Krumholz spruce on the Churchill tundra. Discover Churchill photo.
Natural Habitat’s Aurora Pod with a funnel of northern lights overhead. Discover Churchill photo.
Northern lights cast a green hue on the snow-covered tundra in Churchill. Discover Churchill photo.
View of the shimmering northern lights through the boulders of the precambrian shield. Discover Churchill photo.