A noonday stroll in -8C, wind 14 mps (Windchill -17C/-3F). Beautiful light, cold fingers and toes!
I just started a new blog that will share more details about the Eco Art Project I started in 2012. If you’re interested in following our endeavors to clean up the majestic North Cape coast, please follow the new blog 🙂 Thanks North Cape Shoes
It was the perfect day to welcome the sun back to the North Cape. I went searching for the sun with two other friends… We waited, and waited for it to peek above the horizon. And it did not disappoint us! Sun, glorious sun! It’s back and we are grateful.
A few days ago, I had the pleasure of watching “The Seret of the North Cape”, created by Peter Szivolt. Since then I’ve watched it several times, totally in awe of the beauty of the aurora borealis and grateful that I live in a place where I’m privileged to observe them. If you want toContinue reading “The Secret of the North Cape”
After living 4 years in the North Cape, 71 degrees above the Equator, I see the sun in a whole new light. As the expression goes, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder”, and after two months without the sun’s appearance, I’m longing for its return. The days are getting a little brighter and the sun’sContinue reading “Affairs of the Sun”
In less than a month we will be entering the polar night season in the North Cape. Here’s what it looks like at 71˚N at 1:30 pm.
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you are aware of an environmental art project that’s been in the making for three years: One Step at a Time Shoe Exhibition. On June 11, 2014, we had the official opening and now the exhibition is on display at Once Upon a Dream Gallery and Gift Shop fromContinue reading “1,200 shoes and boots from the North Cape shores turned into ART!”
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 16, 2014 looked like at 71 degrees north:
Last night we drove up to the North Cape to view the midnight sun and enjoy a glass of wine. The sun was behind scattered clouds, lighting up the nighttime sky. Oh, and did I mention it was 20 C? What a night!