Heading to Norway or somewhere else near the Arctic to be wowed by some stunning Northern Lights? Then this post is just for you.
Imagine you have just spend hours waiting in the cold and finally seen the most spectacular Northern Lights display money can buy. But you don’t have an equally amazing Northern Lights caption for Instagram to go with it.
Just keep on scrolling and you will solve that problem in minutes!
Northern Lights Captions
- Keep me where the Northern Lights are.
- In a world full of sunsets, be the Northern Lights.
- This was worth waking up early for.
- It’s official. Nature wins the award for Best Glow-Up.
- Catching flights and looking at the Northern Lights.
- I followed my heart, and it led me to the Northern Lights.
- Checked a big thing off my wander list today.
- My favorite color is the Northern Lights.
- Now I know what all the hype is about.
- This is why I choose adventure, always.
- Going to see the Northern Lights was a bright idea.
- I said I was traveling to see the lights, not that I was traveling light.
- Advice from the Northern Lights – Show your true colors, Glow with excitement, Have a magnetic personality, Stay full of wonder Lighten up!
- Checked a big thing off my bucket list today.
- We swam among the Northern Lights, hid beyond the edge of night, waited for the dawn to come, and sang a song to save us all.
Short Northern Lights Captions
- Don’t forget to look up.
- Bright, bold, and beautiful.
- Not every paradise is tropical.
- All I see is magic.
- Rise and shine.
- The views here are lit.
- I’m so delighted to be here.
- I decided to lighten up a bit.
- Glow where you belong.
One Word Northern Lights Captions
Cute Northern Lights Captions
- Watch more Northern Lights than Netflix.
- Sending this Northern Lights pic to NASA, because it’s filled with stars.
- Snow happens, the Northern Lights help.
- Glowing with the flow.
- Let there be (Northern) light.
- I’m feeling lightheaded.
- It’s ice to see you, Northern Lights.
- I took my girlfriend Alice to see the Northern lights but she didn’t seem interested, so I asked, “Does the Aurora Bore you Alice?”
- What do you call the Northern Lights after you get tired of watching them? Aurora Borealis
- In fact, in the far north, one sees the Northern Lights facing south. – Vincent Massey
Quotes About Northern Lights For Captions
- Shine like the whole universe is yours. – Rumi
- Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it. – Roald Dahl
- She looked directly up into the Northern Lights and she wondered if those cold-burning specters might not draw her breath, her very soul, out of her chest and into the stars. – Eowyn Ivey
- I was searching for the northern lights in the ice-cold spheres, of your empty eyes. – Claire Estevez
- It is good to feel small beneath the sparkling northern lights, small beside the mighty river. Nature is so close to us up here. My troubles and difficulties just shrivel up. I like being insignificant. – Asa Larsson
- I’ve stood outside my house in Montana looking at the northern lights, crackling against the night sky. To me, that’s magic. – Christopher Paolini
- I tried to imagine myself a long time ago, in the lands where these stories were first told, during the long winter nights perhaps, under the glow of the northern lights. – Neil Gaiman
- Seeing a bright auroral display may be on your list of ‘things to see before I die’! Yep, they are nature’s light show par excellence. – Jean Tate
- I would like to go to Iceland to see the northern lights. – Art Malik
- The only thing more exciting than experiencing the aurora borealis is to experience it with friends, whooping, and hollering. – Young Kim
- The stars are putting on their glittering belts. They throw around their shoulders cloaks that flash like a great shadow’s last embellishment. – Wallace Stevens
- I send you Love and all Green Lights. – Wayne Dyer
- Like the North Star, you’re my guiding light as I sail into the night. Even though I’m alone I know everything will be all right. – Heather Hurt
- The Northern Lights rise like a kiss to the sea. – Arthur Rimbaud
- Aurora had but newly chased the night, And purple o’er the sky with blushing light. – John Dryden
Long Quotes About Northern Lights
- The sight filled the northern sky; the immensity of it was scarcely conceivable. As if from Heaven itself, great curtains of delicate light hung and trembled. Pale green and rose-pink, and as transparent as the most fragile fabric, and at the bottom edge a profound and fiery crimson like the fires of Hell, they swung and shimmered loosely with more grace than the most skillful dancer. ― Philip Pullman
- I felt fear’s echo, and along with that I felt the unhinged, uncontrollable joy which had been its accompaniment and opposite face, a joy which had broken out sometimes in those days like Northern Lights across the black sky. – John Knowles
- One of the top items on my bucket list is to see the Aurora Borealis in person. The breathtaking view would be so magical and slightly (okay, very) different from the lovely layer of smog we have in LA! And just looking at the beautiful photos people have taken of the spectacular Northern Lights is enough to make me want to book a ticket today. – Jaime Morrison Curtis
- These steel monstrosities screamed night and day, blotted out the starlit skies and Northern Lights with flashing red strobes, slaughtered thousands of bats and entire flocks of birds banished tourism and wildlife, made people sick and drove them from their now-valueless homes. ― Mike Bond
- Colored lights shone right across the northern sky, leaping and flaring, spreading in rainbow hues from horizon to zenith: blood red to rose pink, saffron yellow to delicate primrose, pale green, aquamarine to darkest indigo. Great veils of color swathed the heavens, rising and falling as light seen through cascading curtains of water. Streamers shot out in great shifting beams as if God had put his thumb across the sun. – Celia Rees
- From one side of the sky to another a drapery, woven of light and color is wafted; now here now there, first one then two, then several bands, one above the other, never at rest, and never the same form, hither and thither the folds sway with a soft, fascinating motion, as from one end to the other waves of light chase each other, over-taking, crossing, meeting, while the lower, intense border, displays the loveliest colors of red and green, the upper one fading into the dark background. – Sophus Tromholt
- She lifted her head in surprise, following his line of sight above the tree line. Beyond the distant peaks, a green and blue symphony of lights had begun. It rippled and shimmered like sunshine on water, leaving Rich blinking back tears. He’d read something about this but had never seen it before. “It’s the aurora borealis,” Lou said quietly. “Northern lights.” – Danika Stone
- Once upon a time, the Reindeer took a running leap and jumped over the Northern Lights. But he jumped too low, and the long fur of his beautiful flowing tail got singed by the rainbow fires of the aurora. To this day the reindeer has no tail to speak of. But he is too busy pulling the Important Sleigh to notice what is lost. And he certainly doesn’t complain. What’s your excuse? – Vera Nazarian
- With the aurora borealis flaming coldly overhead, or the stars leaping in the frost dance, and the land numb and frozen under its pall of snow, this song of the huskies might have been the defiance of life, only it was pitched in a minor key, with long-drawn wailings and half-sobs, and was more the pleading of life, the articulate travail of existence. It was an old song, old as the breed itself–one of the first songs of the younger world in a day when songs were sad. – Jack London
- The aurora borealis are best seen on cold, clear nights when there isn’t a full moon. But just standing outside on a cold, clear night in the middle of winter in the middle of nowhere won’t guarantee a sighting. Before heading out, check the auroral forecast.