My backyard, Honningsvåg, North Cape, Norway, May 11, 2020.
Driving over Sennalandet, Finnmark, Norway, May 8, 2020.
Tromsø, Norway, April 30, 2020
A rainy day. Some might describe it as gloomy and gray. But I looked up and was surprised by unexpected beauty. Raindrops on the sunroof. The extraordinary in the ordinary. Miniature worlds within worlds. On this Friday, whether its rainy or not, look up!
Arctic inhabitants have a special relationship with the sun. Its 2-month absence creates a deep longing in the core of our being, and an overwhelming appreciation when we’re reunited. Tears and smiles, elation and gratitude rise within us as the blazing star shines upon us. Catch the Sun When the sun smiles, smile back. WhenContinue reading “Catch the Sun”
From my house, I view the mountains and sea and never cease to be fascinated by the play of light and shadow. The solid rock and steady waves displaying different faces throughout the day. And I contemplate how the circumstances around me affect the constants within me?