And I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark. – John Muir The countdown to our polar night season is well underway. In one month, the sun will bid us farewell for 2020.
Sometimes nature gives me a simple reminder to exhale. To breathe out the stress and anxiety of the day, releasing it into the atmosphere. The mirrored reflections a reminder to let go, and let peace reflect both inward and outward.
Autumn is here and the colors are glorious! The the grass in the fields is the perfect height for a little game of hide and seek.
What to do on an amazing Autumn evening in the North Cape: Have a picnic dinner by the sea, followed by a rock-skipping competition (or throwing pepples if you are so inclined). Highly recommended!
Thirty mile-per-hour (14 mps) winds have arrived in the North Cape and made it clear they’re blowing Autumn out of 2011. The golden birch leaves are swirling up towards the heavens and disappearing for good, and the surrounding mountains look like they’ve been sprinkled with powdered-sugar snow. In Honningsvåg, where winters can last seven months, I’veContinue reading “A Tribute to Autumn”