Above the polar circle in january, a sunrise lasts for over an hour and then fades into sunset. Beeing lucky with the cloud layers this means a whole day of arctic delight. Lofoten islands, Norway [OC] [2800×1575]

Above the polar circle in january, a sunrise lasts for over an hour and then fades into sunset. Beeing lucky with the cloud layers this means a whole day of arctic delight. Lofoten islands, Norway [OC] [2800×1575]

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  1. This kind of light is what keeps me going back to northern Norway in the deepest winter since a decade or so.

    These days of amazing light are fantastic and once experienced it quickly gets you addicted.

    At least that happened to me…

    For this kind of light to happen one still needs a decent amount of luck, as the weather has to cooperate and well… the regions above the polar circle are not exactly known for relyable weather. But every few weeks or with some luck every few days, you might experience one of these shows.

    A trip of two weeks brings at least 4 great light scenarios from my experience, but it can happen that you get none of them or even more. Just be out there, prepared for everything- like always basically.

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