A photographer captured the amazing Aurora Borealis dancing in the night sky over Canada on Sunday.
The so-called "Northern Lights" happen when electrically-charged particles from the sun collide with the earth's atmosphere.
C-N-N iReporter Malcolm Park recorded these images with his camera in Cobourg, Ontario -- about 70 miles east of Toronto.
According to NASA these types of lights also occur near the South Pole, where they are known as the Southern Lights and Aurora Australis.
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