Aurora Borealis #12 - 3D Lenticular Postcard Greeting Card
4x8 inches - In clear protective reusable sleeve
High-energy auroras dance over spruce trees coated with a fresh November snowfall. The aurora is produced by solar wind particles guided by the Earth's magnetic fields to the top of the atmosphere. Midnight to 3.00 am is the most common time to see the northern Lights. This photo was taken at 1.45 am during the peak of the display . the bright orange light on the right is the rising crescent moon .
Card back contains lines for mailing address
Ideal as a postcard or give as a greeting card