In the late evening sun

One of the best things about living in Norway is those wonderful Nordic summer nights when the sun is up until late in the evening. πŸ™‚

daisy from behind


14 thoughts on “In the late evening sun

  1. This is gorgeous and that late light is just a beautiful light for photos… as a matter of interest at what time does the sun set in your mid summer??

    1. These days, about two weeks since midsummer when the sun is up the longest, the sun sets about 11.15 p.m. But the days are shorter every day now, and in a week it will set just before 11 p.m. From our house we don’t see the final sun rays, but we have sun until about 10 p.m. I guess. We live south of the polar circle so we don’t have midnight sun (when it never sets), but I guess at midsummer there is only about two hours when the sun is not up. And thanks for liking, Rob! πŸ™‚

      1. This is something I find fascinating… getting up when the sun is in the sky I can imagine, but going to bed with it still in the sky difficult to imagine… do you get to see the Aurora Borealis lights where you live.??

      2. It’s pretty hard going to bed when the sun stills shines. πŸ˜‰ We also get to see the Aurora Borealis where I live. You can see it all over Norway if the weather conditions are right, but most often in the northern parts of the country (north of the Poar Circle).

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