Canadian Eye Candy

Campers gaze in awe as an aurora seems to embrace a snow-covered hill in Canada's Northwest Territories, seen in a picture recently submitted to National Geographic's My Shot.

"I should have been sleeping, but I was like a kid in a candy store with excitement," photographer Dave Brosha wrote with his submission. "Bloody hell, the north is a beautiful place."

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    Pretty sure Bray’s Canadian eye candy ;>
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