Though current solar activity cycle is the weakest in a century it has brought us some really amazing lights in the night sky these past years. I photographed these Northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, in Southern Ostrobothnia, Finland between
1967 coins - minted for Canada's centennial year. There was a 1967 penny in the same collection where I saw a 1930 on the other day. It's really cool to see coins that carry some historical significance.