Wand lets the Chinese Dragon fly in the sky

Category: Outdoor Scenes


Photo and caption by Ding Yuan Chen

2013/03/17| The strongest KP6 aurora takes place on the sky. The God gives us a perfect sky without cloud. Moreover, the sun gets down 2 hours before, so there still has a little bit light on the sky. With the magic wand on the ground, the Chinese Dragon flies in the colorful sky. Dragon means lucky in Chinese society, the Aurora means lucky in western society, too. Wish the luck can gives to the people in the world.

Location: Trondheim, Norway


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