Chinese New Year Northern Lights

A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis Display in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

January 22, 2012: Dancing Aurora in the evening of Chinese New Year's Eve


A large sparkling green dragon finally appears in the evnening of Chinese New Year’s Eve to welcome the arrival of the Year of Dragon. :D Happy Chinese New Year!!

According to the lunar calendar, Chinese New Year (Lunar New Year, Spring Festival, or the first day of spring) falls on Monday, January 23 in 2012.

The following photos were taken in County of Grande Prairie, Alberta.

A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis Show in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

January 22, 2012: It was a cloudy night in Grande Prairie, but fortunately it wasn't cloudy in the area where the aurora showed up. :D

A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

January 22, 2012: Aurora, oh, yeah ~ ~ ~

A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

January 22, 2012: Look at Big Dipper and Northern Lights.



A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

January 22, 2012: Happy Chinese New Year from Grande Prairie!!

A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

January 22, 2012: The overcast actually lights up the background, making it easier to take photos.

A Green Dragon Appears in Grande Prairie Sky on Chinese New Year's Eve (January 22, 2012) to welcome the Year of Dragon - Northern Lights Aurora Borealis in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

January 22, 2012: One more shot for northern lights :D

Map

Exact location is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).


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