I woke this morning just as the sun rose, now just after 6 am, and what a view! :)
Very autumny view at 10 pm last night and a beautiful dawn heralding a spell of possibly record warm weather!
Hazy this morning as warmer less clean air from the south moved in today..
As we move away from midsummer, night is returning to the north!
A front/tide line moving into the bay on 4th July. Floating material is trapped in the convergence zone of the front. The speed of the front can be seen in the second video.
This is a regular occurrence here which I see a couple of times a year. See also http://www.edimentals.com/blog/?p=11274
While most of the citizens of Europe and its plants are “cooking” in the heatwave, we are struggling to reach double figures up here and me and the plants are very happy with that :)
Our resident robin (rødstrupe) was nevertheless singing, balancing at the top of this spruce tree last night!
Sunrise through a Norwegian pine tree this morning, 25th June 2019