Gibbous Moon over the Camp
Quiet and restful nights...
...under a never-dark summer sky.
This time of the year, there are 17 to 18 hours of visible light each day, and twilight and dawn blend into each other. Unless they are very intense, the Northern Lights are rarely able to be seen in the summer. But the moon shines beautifully in the clear sub-Arctic atmosphere.
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