I've only been able to see personally the aurora borealis twice in my life--once in New York and once even in South Carolina during a time of intense solar flare activity. Scientists can glibly talk about it's being the product of the earth's magnetic field playing on the ionosphere or something like that. But to see it in person is pure mystery and wonder to the beholder. When you get right down to it you can't explain art. It's truly a mystery and a wonder that is bigger than any of us.
Spending the day pondering and performing the mystery,