I love watching time-lapse videos of the Aurora. Aside from the majestic looking color of the sky and the air, I know it takes some serious determination and blitzing coldness to get those images. In January 2012, photographer Christian Mülhauser went to Norway, stayed in the cold and shot us this gorgeous video. It was so cold that after 1-2 hours of shooting, his lens was frozen. All the scenes below are from Ravnastua, Skoganvarre and Lakselv.
Canon 5D MarkII with ML, a 7D and a 550D with ML. All the scenes were shoot with this 3 lenses: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4 L on 5D, Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 on 7D and my Samyang 8mm/f3.5 on 550D.
Elemental by Pulse Faction
Path of Stars by Jonathan Geer
You can find some of his still images HERE.