The Sun emits a constant stream of electrons and protons, the so-called solar wind which blows continuously towards the Earth and out into space. These particles enter the Earthâ€™s upper atmosphere at the Auroral Zone, creating the Aurorae. The Aurora grows stronger and stronger, it disappears, then appears again. Gone again. For a few seconds or minutes, it covers more than half of the sky. It can even cover the whole sky. Sometimes, you feel like you donâ€™t need to do anything. You donâ€™t need to press the shutter button, you donâ€™t need to speak, you donâ€™t need to blink. You just want to see how everything is transformed by the Aurora. This image has been shortlisted on the Astronomy Photography of The Year 2013 contest.