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Sunday, July 29, 2018

Accelerated Dusk

Scandinavians are used to dusk after sunset lasting forever. In the tropics the sun sets it gets dark quickly
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...why not?


6 comments:

  1. Seriously?

    This guy really needs to know that in the equator, it's 12 hours day and 12 hours night.

    Oh, and the sun never stays put for more than a month.

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    1. He's not a very well-traveled Scandinavian. You can tell because he's wearing a very impractical hat.

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  2. That was a cultural joke, right? It has nothing to do with what you know, but what you have been used to .... I guess it is the same the other way around (especially in the mid summer): "Is that sun ever going to go down?!!! Nooo!"

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  3. Too true! I've not done the extremes of anywhere Scandinavian to the equator, but I did move from southern Australia to SE Asia and distinctly remember thinking I was going slightly crazy that it got dark so damn quick.

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  4. I still love this one so much. It's how I felt when I moved from Michigan to Southern California, at least in the summer. So glad to be back home, where sunsets linger.

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