Photographer Captures Giant Wolf In Sweden's Northern Lights

A World Of Photographers

A World Of Photographers

The world is now full of amateur (and professional photographers) and there exist many different Holy Grails, depending upon your style and preference. However, one of the most awesome sights that photographers around the globe tend to agree upon, is the magnificence of the Aurora Borealis, or the Northern Lights.

In The North

In The North

The Northern Lights are, of course, the phenomenon that occurs on random nights in random places in the north. Recently, one lucky photographer managed to take some snaps in Sweden. The shots were awesome, but it wasn't until she got them home and began looking at them on her pc that she noticed something truly remarkable....



Do You See What I See?

Do You See What I See?

Do you see it?

"I thought 'Oh my God, it resembles a fox or a wolf or something.' I didn't know when I photographed what I got. It was amazing," Marja-Terttu Karlsson said in an interview with local news site SVT.

She's right! It does look exactly like a wolf in the night sky!

Controversial....

Controversial....

Now, we don't want to get too carried away, however, if people are okay with seeing Jesus' face in a piece of toast, then let us have a wolf in the magnetic circus of the northern skies!

The shot is a beautiful one, but it wasn't without its controversy....



Fake or Genuine?

Fake or Genuine?

Viewers who saw the photographer interviewed on television began calling in to the station and accusing her of faking the image!

"They think it is fake," Karlsson told SVT, "but I can assure all skeptics that it's genuine."