Videos Show the Southern Lights Dancing in the Australian Sky

It's moments like these that humans feel like a mere speck in the universe.
An Australian photographer, Rudi Vavra, spent a long, cold night waiting for the Aurora Australis — or Southern Lights — to illuminate the sky on Tuesday morning. His weary eyes were rewarded not long after 5 a.m. local time, when the "impressively bright and very expansive" spectacle could be spotted over the water looking out from the New South Wales coastal town of Kiama.