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Electric Northern Lights
Electric Northern Lights

Electric Northern Lights Time Lapse

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A year ago Alexis Coram had this crazy idea to take a trip to Alaska in the middle of winter. Most people thought he was nuts until they saw the magical Northern Lights photography that she captured in his time lapse film, Technicolour Alaska.

As she connected with more people over the past year, Alexis realized how many people don’t have the luxury of seeing these kinds of sights for themselves and just how lucky she is to be able to see it, and also to share it. This has inspired her to get out more, see more, share more, and [hopefully] make more people feel like they were transcended to another place, if only for a moment or two.

And so she decided to do that winter trip to Alaska again this year so that she could share more Aurora Borealis magic. Alexis spent 4 nights outside of Fairbanks in February – two of those nights were entirely overcast and not a light could be seen. The other two nights were electrifying. She stood outside for hours – shooting and gazing in awe at the orchestral dance above and around her. She felt more awake than ever during those moments and she hopes her interpretation in images portrays that feeling.

People have asked her if she’s going to make the trip to Alaska an annual event. There is, without question, a piece of her heart tucked away in the wild wintery Alaskan tundra. This film represents how she see this very special part of the world.

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