January 29, 2016

Sure, you can go and see the Northern Lights (if you're lucky enough to catch them), but that's nothing compared to actually floating among them. Horacio Llorens—an acro-paraglider who's been at it for more than 14 years—recently took some time to float among the aurora borealis on a recent trip to Norway. Let's rephrase that: he took some time to become part of the Northern Lights, or at least that's what it looked like thanks to his color-changing parachute. Check it out above.

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