of the Week
word or phrase to add to your army.
Aurora Borealis, also known as Northern Lights, are beautiful light shows that happen in the sky when gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere collide with charged particles released from the sun's atmosphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, they are called Aurora Australis, or Southern Lights. Most of these are pale green. These are oxygen particles about 60 miles up into the Earth's atmosphere. If the oxygen is higher than that, they will be red, but that is rare. If the gaseous particles are nitrogen, the Aurora Borealis or Aurora Australis are a gorgeous blue or purple.
I got to witness the Aurora Borealis when I lived in Alaska. They were breathtaking and majestic.
Thanks to RonnMurrayPhoto.com, you can witness this majesty.
I am Becky Lyn Rickman. I am a writer because I love words almost as much as I love the people in my life. I want to fill the world with magnificent words and then jump in and splash around in them. I live with Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy, my cats, but the only words they really love are "meat" and "gravy."