Friday, December 18, 2015

Polar Night









Free People Hat, Bag, (birthdday gift) Dress (ebay) and Metallic Clogs (ebay)
American Eagle Belt
Max Mara Cashmere Sweater (consignment)
Banana Republic Cashmere Cardigan (thrifted)
Forever21 Jacket (thrifted)

Right now the sun currently rises at 11am and sets at 2:30pm and this is as bright as it gets, the sun currently only rises a few degrees above the mountain range so it's not very bright. However, we have nothing on Barrow, Alaska where the sun falls below the horizon around November 19 and doesn't rise back above until the 22nd or 23rd of the new year, creating 65-is days of Polar Night. Haha, much more than "30 Days of Night", a movie that was hysterical for Alaskans - planes can't fly in the dark! Mostly Caucasians live in Barrow! So many tall buildings and roads to everywhere! The vampires almost felt like the least bit of fiction in the entire movie. When we saw it in theaters the weather had just warmed up from -56f and when one of the characters said "it's freezing out there, it must be -5F!" The entire theater erupted in laugher. Cold indeed! Barrow doesn't go completely dark during this time periods, there is the civil twilight that lasts for a few hours but it's the polar bears to have to watch out for, not vampires. (Although that movie did confirm all of my fears about dark spots under houses.)

4 comments:

  1. Wow, I would love to experience a winter like that one day! I am extremely bummed out right now because there's a heat wave where I live. It's 70 degrees! come on...

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