Tag Archives: North Cape
We we say it’s a beautiful spring day, we don’t mean green grass and budding flowers. This is what 71 degrees north looks like, six days before the calendar reads May 1st.
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
Cancer has a way of putting priorities straight. One’s “to-do” list is shaken and sifted, insignificant plans and goals disappear immediately. There’s no doubt what’s most important. Capturing moments with our family has had an urgency about it. From … Continue reading
We just had a storm called “Ole” that blasted the northern part of Norway this past weekend. Ole has left us with lots of snow to shovel, and frosted our buildings from basement to roof. I also want to share … Continue reading
A noonday stroll in -8C, wind 14 mps (Windchill -17C/-3F). Beautiful light, cold fingers and toes!
I just started a new blog that will share more details about the Eco Art Project I started in 2012. If you’re interested in following our endeavors to clean up the majestic North Cape coast, please follow the new blog 🙂 … Continue reading