Now that I've moved farther south, I have the joy of having more sunlight. Even now, in the darkest week of the year, I still have a fair amount of sunlight. Of course, it's a bit hard to see, since I have one 2x2 classroom window that looks into the kindergarden room unless you're hanging out of it.
Up north, in Shishmaref, they're down to about two hours of direct sunlight right now.
My friend, Lisa Ripper, stepped outside of her door every hour for 12 hours, and took a picture of the world around her. Please go look at her fantastic pictures here:
It is amazing to see just how little light they have. Since I live up here, I don't notice the change from day to day.
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