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Two South African women have brought breathtakingly beautiful wildernesses to our homes in a new nature documentary

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An Aurora Borealis as seen in the Arctic Circle by Bonne and Susan who are behind the documentary film Kingdoms of Fire, Ice and Fairy Tales. (PHOTO: Susan Scott)
An Aurora Borealis as seen in the Arctic Circle by Bonne and Susan who are behind the documentary film Kingdoms of Fire, Ice and Fairy Tales. (PHOTO: Susan Scott)
Susan Scott

The swirl of greens, pinks and yellows cascading across the sky is enough to take your breath away.

It’s a symphony of colours and one of the most majestic displays in nature – and something people across the globe pay big bucks to see. Not even the -20ºC temperatures of the Arctic Circle can scare off those wanting to see the famed Northern Lights, or aurora borealis. 

But thanks to a certain pandemic, many of us haven’t been able to put a foot in the airport, much less travel that far, in months. 

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