A snow-covered birch tree is lit by the Northern Lights as they 'dance' in the sky.
The Aurora Borealis lasted around eight hours with greens, purples and pinks all seen in the sky - as well as the rarer red colour.
Landscape photographer Jonathan Tucker endured temperatures of -25 degrees Celsius to photograph the natural phenomena in the snowy landscape.
The 29-year-old, of Whitehorse, Yukon, Cananda where these photos were taken, said: "These photos were taken in the Yukon all on the same day.
"I was there watching and photographing the Northern Lights for about eight hours.
© Jonathan Tucker/Solent News & Photo Agency
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