A Stunning 360° 8K Timelapse of the Northern Lights Dancing Under the Super Blue Blood Moon


Northern Lights in Fairbanks

Photographer William Briscoe filmed absolutely stunning 8K footage that captured the beauty of the Northern Lights dancing under the super blue blood moon of January 2018 and the vivid colors that reflected off the snowy ground in Fairbanks Alaska. Out of the footage, Briscoe created , which lets the viewer experience every bit of the show without the cold.

Here is an 8K 360 timelapse of the super blue blood moon which I filmed on Jan 31 near Fairbanks, Alaska.

via The Awesomer

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