Behind the Northern lights, the southern sky spectacle is photographed
The Southern Lights, or Australian Aurora, have been particularly present this season across New Zealand.
The night skies bursting with streams of green and pink light have amazed even the professional photographers who have dawned it to capture the perfect moment.
"Faced with such a scene, you can immediately forget everything. What remains is only to think about nature and man in front of it", says one of the photographers.
On a clear night, the appearance of natural light can last for one to three hours.
This phenomenon is more likely to occur in March and September.
But why does this phenomenon happen?
More oxygen in the air produces green and yellow, while more nitrogen makes an aurora appear dark red or blue. The phenomenon usually occurs between 10:00 PM and 2:00 AM.
Photos were taken by: Thanh Nguyen, Richard Zheng, Dan Dirks, Kristie Knight, Len Jingco.
Aren't they magical?