Northern Light

By Jennifer Summerhays, Director of Global Education Programs

Light in the North is a clean razor, that cuts and fills everything, even mortar walls and cobblestone. Light shifts in angles, and moves in clear-cut, geometric pieces over city squares and pastures.

Light doesn’t dance or play like it does in the South, because Northern Light is serious and intentional. It doesn’t fool around. But at just the right time during mid-summer, Light turns everything a brilliant red and gold.

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays — Copenhagen, DK

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays -- Jylland, DK

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays — Jylland, DK

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays -- Skagen, DK

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays — Skagen, DK

Photo credit: Jen Summehays -- Bergen Norway

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays -- Bergen, Norway

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays — Bergen, Norway

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays -- Haugastol, Norway

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays -- Bergen, Norway

Photo credit: Jen Summerhays — Bergen, Norway

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