The Aurora Borealis In Canada: A Timelapse Film from Costal Productions on Vimeo.

They dance like no one’s watching.

Having set out for some night photography, Victor Chimenti stumbled upon one of the Natural Seven Wonders of the World — the northern lights.

Chimenti, owner of Thunder Bay-based Coastal Productions, caught the display on Aug. 27 and put the beautiful phenomenon in a time-lapse video recorded over nine hours.

The northern lights, which are more often seen during the winter, are the result of collisions between electrically-charged particles from the sun entering the Earth’s atmosphere. In the North, it is referred to as Aurora Borealis, which means “Dawn of the North.”