There are a lot of webcams available 24 hours per day, seven days a week broadcasting. Admittedly, sometimes there is a thick layer of snow on the lens or is it so foggy that there was only ten meters away to see, but the rest of the time, be patient viewers are rewarded with a magnificent spectacle. Think of a sky with colours and lights of purple, green and yellow. And if you really lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of Aurora Borealis or the northern lights.
From the beginning of december until early January the sun never sets "permanently" in Northern Europe. Due to the location of the earth opposite the sun there is little to no sunlight as possible. “The people here are fond of it. The sky has the most amazing colours. In the summer, are never so intense. No, winter blues and a doctor, that is more for zuiderlingen”, says a resident of Enontekiö against The Standard .
the Borealis? That you can still try until about march, but december and January are the best months, says the expert.
Below is a summary of the best webcam images.Livestream Aurora Borealis