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Breathtaking Paraglide Flight With Aurora Borealis

Wow. Just wow.

This video was taken in Trømso, Norway. Horacio Llorens wore battery heated gloves & a wetsuit to survive the freezing temperatures as he flew under the amazing lights.
While it would have been even more amazing if we could have seen his first person perspective flying "thru" the lights, the glow is actually miles in the sky (despite what it seems), so any first person footage here would have been too dark to even be usable.
I know how hard it is to capture these kind of shots (due to the spectrum the lights glow at), and really, this result is beyond amazing...I am impressed with the work done!
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