In Alberta, even the skies are amazing! And it’s not all because of nature. Well, mostly it is, but Alberta also has six dark sky preserves, which is an official designation for places that limit light pollution to maximize the views of the night skies. You know what that means? Stunning stars, mind-blowing galaxies and the always-magical northern lights. In this series of videos, photographers Jack Fusco (@jackfusco on Instagram) and Jeff Bartlett (@photojbartlett) visit all of Alberta’s dark sky preserves in winter (plus one bonus location!), when aurora borealis viewing is the best, to capture the province’s stunning night skies. The results? See for yourself. In this video, Fusco and Bartlett capture the Jasper Dark Sky Preserve in beautiful Jasper National Park.