Northern Lights in the UK

The pictures were taken in Caithness in the north of Scotland - where people were treated to a rare glimpse on the phenomenon
Mr Winiarczyk said 'Every aurora display is unique and you never know how it will develop over time - It's always intriguing and awe-inspiring'
Parts of the UK were witness to astounding views of the Northern Lights on Friday night, September 12. Due to large solar flares bouncing off the Earth’s atmosphere, views of the Aurora Borealis were impressively clear, and photographers captured images of the Lights off the coast of County Antrim, Ballyholme in County Down, and Caithness, north of Scotland.