Tag Archives: Midnight Sun
Arctic inhabitants have a special relationship with the sun. Its 2-month absence creates a deep longing in the core of our being, and an overwhelming appreciation when we’re reunited. Tears and smiles, elation and gratitude rise within us as the … Continue reading
Last night we drove up to the North Cape to view the midnight sun and enjoy a glass of wine. The sun was behind scattered clouds, lighting up the nighttime sky. Oh, and did I mention it was 20 C? What … Continue reading
On days like today, those of us who call the North Cape our home, can’t help but smiling. With the air temperatures around 9 degrees Celsius (48 F) and lots and lots of sun, we are breaking out our short sleeve … Continue reading
The midnight sun is here! For the next 2 months we will have daylight 24/7. Two months to take late-evening strolls: and enjoy midnight hikes: And make the most of every precious second of it, as we store up vitamin D for … Continue reading
The midnight sun is just around the corner. In the next 6 weeks we will go from 14 hours of daylight to 24/7. Today the sun rises at 5:15 am and will set at 7:25 pm. This is the view … Continue reading
We’re in the season of the midnight sun. To give you an idea how bright it actually is up here, this photo was taken at 9 pm.