On February 25th, the Sun let loose an X4.9-class solar flare. It was our parent star's most violent outburst of the year. When the debris from the ensuing coronal mass ejection collided with Earth's atmosphere, it produced one of the most colorful auroral displays in recent memory.
Damn. Just... damn. If you've never been to Joshua Tree National Park or the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in California, this jaw-dropping timelapse by filmmaker Henry Jun Wah Lee may be the only incentive you need to schedule a visit.
Prepare to be blown away by the constantly shifting glory of nature. Photographer Henry Jun Wah Lee with Evosia Studios has collected two years worth of gorgeous moments in one four-minute time lapse video that takes our breath away.