Photographer John Poon took this stunning photo looking over Okanagan Lake. John Poon/Special to the Western News

Stunning photos of aurora borealis in South Okanagan

Photographers caught some great shots of nature’s beautiful show

Photographer and Penticton Western News reader John Poon stayed up all night on Satutrday with the kids from the Romp statue to capture this stunning photo of the aurora borealis.

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The best show on earth. It's free but you need a little patience. #penticton

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