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A noonday stroll in -8C, wind 14 mps (Windchill -17C/-3F). Beautiful light, cold fingers and toes! Advertisements
My last post was on a lovely day with temperatures around 20 C. Yesterday we had temperatures a little above freezing and the day included sun, snow, rain, clear skies and low visibility. This is a glimpse of what June … Continue reading
On days like today, those of us who call the North Cape our home, can’t help but smiling. With the air temperatures around 9 degrees Celsius (48 F) and lots and lots of sun, we are breaking out our short sleeve … Continue reading
In May, the weather changes by the minute with temperatures slightly above freezing. A fast-moving snow storm blows through coating all in white, but a half hour later the snow has melted on the streets and walkways. Yes, this is … Continue reading
Not long ago, I shared with you Remco’s expedition to Knivskjellodden (http://travelsinorbit.com/2014/04/01/north-of-the-north-cape/). Now he’s shared his experience visiting the North Cape plateau, as well as Honningsvåg. He provides a lot of helpful information, as well as beautiful photos. Enjoy!
Right outside of my studio, Once Upon a Dream, this is what I get to look at: Spring in the North Cape… between the snow storms 😉 A little slice of Heaven.
I admit it. I’m a reflections nerd. I can’t help but take photos of nature’s impressionist paintings. And this time of year with our fantastic March blues, the reflections are magical.