Alaska’s Winter solstice is one of the most spectacular events that enhances the winter sky. With whirly fluorescent colors, Alaska’s sky , during the Winter solstice, resembles Van Gogh’s painting, Starry Night. Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis are the scientific names for Alaska’s vibrant winter sky that appears during the Winter solstice. Not only can Northern Lights be seen during Alaska’s Winter solstice, they are also visible from August 21st to April 21st.

Today is the Winter solstice, a day where many celebrations take place worldwide. All of us who love sleepy nights certainly have many reasons to be blissful, for Winter Solstice is the period of shorter days and longer nights. So get ready to sleep soundly during the winter? Reading a book in bed and writing are much more relaxing during the peaceful winter nights.

Robert Frost, who was a renowned American poet, described the serenity of winter in his poem, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. Since the scenic snowy landscapes give us such tranquility, winter is one of the best times of year to reflect and meditate.

Snowy winters serve as the backdrop for the legend of Santa Claus. After all, Santa needs snow to ride his sleigh with reindeers! Snowy days add a touch of holiday spirit in small towns and also in big cities. New York, one of the most famous cities in the . world, looks like a scene from a Norman Rockwell painting with snow. Children also love to play in the snow. Many of us dream of a white Christmas.

Alaska’s Winter Solstice is one of the many magical events of nature that take place during the winter. Surely, the sky dies not need to have Northern Lights to have that touch of winter magic. All you need to do to feel the magic of winter is watch the snowflakes fall.