In the north of Norway, we have an expression that describes the special light that occurs during the polar night season. “Blåtime”, directly translated “the blue hour”. Today it was breathtaking!
But it lightens the distant horizon. 9am, Tromsø, Norway.
Dusk has descended on our arctic paradise (1:00 pm).
Inward or outward, that is the question. These photos were taken on the same day, at the same time, from two sides of a glass panelled wall.
November 1st arrived with a gift – Everything is clothed in white, fluffy snow!
This shoe mosaic is one of the results of my environmental project, One Step at a Time, that started in 2012. It has hung outdoors since 2014, under the midnight sun and the northern lights. Its weathered many storms, and now, 5 years later, it is in need of restoration. As we just took downContinue reading “One Step at at Time – Cleaning up the Coast”