Jun 30, 2017

Letting Go



As the sun is setting in the horizon
The night says farewell to the day
They met briefly during dusk and dawn
But were never headed the same way 

Jun 28, 2017

I Don't Wanna Be Me

Ghost? Or just goofing around with long exposure shots? :)

Jun 27, 2017

I'll Wait

Northern lights, Aurora Borealis, above a small Lake in Western Norway.
Another one of my poems:

There is a place among the stars
Where I'll be waiting for you
Just above the northern lights
When the grass is covered in dew

Jun 26, 2017

Writings


Ever since I was pretty young, I've enjoyed writing, especially writing poems. Sadly I've never been good at keeping the stuff that I wrote, but every once in a while I come across stuff from the past.

Jun 25, 2017

Just a Quote




“Didn't I say I'd always be your same stars?
If you get to missing me, just look up.”
 -
Anne Rivers Siddons -

Jun 18, 2017

The Stars, Darkness and I



Darkness pulling, dragging, holding me down
Everywhere I turn, it wants to engulf me
My soul is screaming, yelling, longing for air
Let me go, I'm losing my way

Jun 16, 2017

Where Can I See The Aurora

A night where the northern lights were so bright that they could be seen during sunset!

Where can I see the aurora?

Polar lights, aurora borealis, northern lights - this beauty has many names.

And though most people think of the Arctic and northern parts of Europe and Canada when hearing the names, the northern lights also has a southern counterpart, the southern lights or aurora australis.

It is also normal to assume that the further north (or south) you are, the better your chances are of seeing the lights. But this only true to a certain point. 

In fact, there is something called the auroral zone, which is an area typically 3° to 6° wide in latitude and between 10° and 20° from the geomagnetic poles. Making northern parts of Scandinavia, Alaska and Canada some of the best places to see it during the winter months.