A never-ending feast

12th & 13th June 2014. Svalbardseyri, Northern Iceland.

My favourite time of the day is dusk, when everything is drenched in gold and coated in pink. Here and now, sunset takes even longer. 23 hours of sunlight a day. It’s like a never-ending feast.

View of lighthouse by the fjord from the cottage where we are staying in Svalbardseyri.


Rare it is to see both the midnight sun and midnight moon.



This is Peter playing Sunset, an English traditional bugle call. Perhaps the last time Iceland heard this was during WWII?



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