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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
Phototherapy: Exposing oneself to images of bright, warm, distant summer days, in the midst of a 7-month long winter.
From my house, I view the mountains and sea and never cease to be fascinated by the play of light and shadow. The solid rock and steady waves displaying different faces throughout the day. And I contemplate how the circumstances around me … Continue reading
On days like this, we can’t help but be happy: The sun in front of us, the moon to the left (video taken at 1:00 Pm/13.00)
The sun left us in November and for 2 long months we dreamed of its return. However, it didn’t grace us with its mighty presence on January 21. It alluded us for days, hidden behind stormy, snow-filled skies and gale force … Continue reading