Above the Arctic Circle each year, the sun sets in November and doesn’t return for nearly two months. That absence of light creates a long polar night that brings shadows and darkness to the landscapes. In this video, you get a chance to experience what that is like with some stunning timelapse images that will leave a lasting impression. Stark and beautiful, this is a place where the conditions are challenging, but well worth it for those who love the outdoors.
Polar Night from Jan R Olsen on Vimeo.
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