If you’ve ever wished that the day would never end, then head to Iceland in the summer!
Part of a natural phenomenon, the Arctic summer takes place just above the Arctic and below the Antarctic Circles when the sun appears to shine for 24 hours. Though it does actually set for about 3 hours around midnight, because of the earth’s position to the sun, it never actually gets dark but rather just a little dim.
In the summer of 2011, photographer Joe Capra travelled through Iceland for 17 straight days, shooting stills and sleeping in his car. The result is this beautiful time lapse video capturing the never-ending sunlight
Check it out:
If you weren’t already curious about Iceland, this should have have you convinced.
For more on Capra, visit: www.scientifantastic.com