Talented Photographer Captures Beautiful Light Pillars In Northern Ontario

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Talented photographer Timothy Joseph Elzinga was recently woken up by his 2-year-old boy Gibson at 1:30 a.m. asking him to look at the night sky. He immediately took his camera and captured the phenomenon named  “light pillars.”

“I thought it was The Northern Lights because we live in Canada,” Elzinga said. “It was a super clear night, you could see everything. These lights were [shooting] into the sky, blasting hundreds of feet in the air, and they were shimmering and moving.”

Light pillars in Ontario

Light pillars are an atmospheric optical phenomenons, which is an interaction of light with ice crystals. When the temperature drops and these crystals position themselves horizontally as they fall through the air, they act as “vessels” for light, shooting it upwards.

More info: YouTube (h/t: petapixel, twistedsifter)

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