The Midnight Sun, Nordkapp Plateau

For those of us that are fortunate enough to call the North Cape our home, it’s all part of a normal day to live with twenty-four hours of daylight.  The sun doesn’t set for more than two months in the summer.  The longest day of the summer has come and gone, but we still have a few weeks of the midnight sun.  Here’s what it looked like a couple of nights ago at the North Cape plateau:

Midnight Sun, Nordkapp Plateau, Norway

And if you haven’t put your name in the drawing for the book, A North Cape Winter: 71 Degrees Above the Equator, then go into Facebook and “Like” Experience North Cape Facebook page.  I’ll be drawing the winning name on Monday, July 9th.

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