Aurora Borealis blazing near Skibotn, Troms fylkeskommune, Norway, on and around the geomagnetic storm of 24th of January, 2012.
I've lived most of my life in southern Finland, and can only recall one instance of seeing aurorae, during the last solar cycle, in fact. The past fall had a few geomagnetic events that reached these latitudes - enough to raise interest, but nothing you would call spectacular. Hence, northern Norway. We decided to delay the trip for two weeks, due to the Moon being rather full on the original date. Lucky us.
The music is by Lasswell and is released under the Creative Commons BY-NC 3.0 -license: http://ccmixter.org/files/lazztunes07/15554
This video is released under the very same license. You're pretty much free to do whatever you want with it, if you mention the original source and don't make money off of it.
There are a couple of stills in my deviantART gallery. Also, other pictures. At least one has a duck in it: http://k-vuohi.deviantart.com/