Tonight is the longest night of the year and we're in the midst of a month of 24-hour "darkness" up here in the Arctic.  Which is a bit misleading, because the darkness isn't complete.  For about 4-5 hours in the middle of the day, we get quite a bit of light, as the sun is just below the horizon.  Of course, it is dark the rest of the time, but then we get to enjoy the moon and stars in the daytime.  :) 

So on the shortest day of the year, I took the following pictures around 2 pm.  Enjoy! 
The sky in the south lit up by the sun just below the horizon.
View of the Igloo Church in the afternoon light.
The inukshuk outside the MacKenzie Hotel, with the Igloo Church in the background.
The inukshuk overlooking the lit-up sky.


Zeta Macdonald
01/05/2013 6:32pm

So nice to see your photos and your Northern life! Quite an experience. Hope you have a wonderful 2013... and I will be checking on you from time to time!

Top-of-the-World Girl
01/10/2013 9:21am

Thanks Zeta - nice to hear from you and would love for you to keep checking in :). Hope all is well down south!


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