If you are fortunate enough to see the northern lights on a regular basis, we are jealous.
The northern lights, or aurora borealis for you scientific types, have fascinated mankind for generations as they display vivid colors all across the upper regions of the Northern Hemisphere.
For Alaskan and Canadian residents, as well as some parts of the United States, the northern lights are as common as seeing falling stars or satellites in the sky, but for those who have never seen these lights, videos of these solar events are about as close as we can get.
For example, an incredibly stunning video from Mike Taylor of Taylor Photography, captured a recent aurora borealis that occurred over Moosehead Lake in Maine. The light show took place from 10 p.m. until 3 a.m. on the night of June 22, 2015.
These lights were not isolated to Maine, however. Some people reported seeing the lights as far south as Pennsylvania, and even over to Indiana.
Maybe one day I'll get the chance to be up north when one of these shows lights up the night sky. Until then, videos like this from Taylor will have to do.