Photo: Summer sun over Kjerkfjord, Lofoten Islands, Norway. July 2010
Today is the beginning of nearly two months of the midnight sun on the Lofoten Islands. While summer is still a few weeks away, starts wont shine in the sky again until August.
I’ve been a bit absent of late. Partly because I haven’t done anything of interest in the past weeks and partly because I’m working on a big re-make of both this website and my Lofoten Islands gallery website: 68 North. I’m starting with 68 North first, as it will be a simpler process. I’ve written some 5,000 words of new content (a lot for me) and am in the final stages of working out some design bugs. Hopefully I can get everything online and working by Monday, as I’ve put things off too long already. Probably won’t be perfect, but it will be a start and something I can build from.
I’ll probably get around to changing this website next month. I’ll be incorporating the blog together with my website, which will probably result in the breaking of all my links here on the blog; another reason I’ve haven’t added much lately. No point if it’s not going to work in another month. If you read things by an RSS feed, you’ll probably need to re-subscribe. I’ll make a final post a day or two before I change things over, sometime next month hopefully.