This small film is from the very north of Norway.
When you are so far north, you can see midnight sun in summer.
Midnight sun means, that the sun does not set - it goes down near the horizon and when the sun is straigt north at midnight, it starts going up again. The sun is in the sky 24 hours a day. The farther north you go, the longer time with midnight sun you have each summer.
In winter it's different - then you'll have a period, when the sun does not come over the horizon - that is it's dark 24 hours a day.
Thank you to my friend Felipe Rojas for helping with the subtitles.
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En lille film fra Lofoten i det allernordligste Norge. Der er bl.a. noget om midnatssol. Det har vist sig, at folk, der bor mere sydligt ikke kender midnatssol. Derfor er der herover en forklaring på fænomenet på engelsk.
Min sidste film før denne - Hullet i hatten - var uden engelske undertekster, og det har nogle af de engelske kommentarer beklaget sig over. Derfor har jeg forsøgt at lave dem denne gang - og sender en stor tak til min Vimeo-ven Felipe Rojas for hans hjælp

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