Shh, the sun actually doesn´t go down in June...
More from that epic shore:
edit: Big big thanks for the Daily Deviation! My biggest goal achieved here on dA. Epic! Thanks for suggesting and featuring to SavageFrog and Anoya
Autumn walk pt.X. by =realityDream Follow the Path by ~IndigoSummerr
The Rail goes ever on... by *Celem Autumn Kaleidoscope by ~tourofnature -Charming present- by *Janek-Sedlar
Kirnitzsch by *TobiasRichter The Clarity of Autumn by ~tourofnature Unknown Germany pt. XXXVI by ~TheChosenPesssimist
-Moravian lines- by *Janek-Sedlar San Francisco, unseen night by *alierturk -Moravian fields III- by *Janek-Sedlar
Reinefjorden Rainbow by =Dave-Derbis Spring by ~MindShelves Laugahraun by ~matthieu-parmentier
Alpine Firmament by ~davidrichterphoto Small by *Nelleke Autumn morning by ~Aphantopus
Blue Ice by ~KennethSolfjeld Discoverer by ~uberfischer Colossus by ~Inebriantia
Nordlys by ~steinliland The Horseman by ~tihomirmladenov Aurora Borealis by *porbital
Assiniboine Sunset by ~Dani-Lefrancois Guardians of the Ice Temple by ~matthieu-parmentier Giants in Winter by ~FlorentCourty
The Mytic North - Pt. XI by ~TheChosenPesssimist La Billaude by ~matthieu-parmentier Muuratjoki by *m-eralp
Silent Whispers by *Nelleke Maerchenwald by *RobinHalioua Light and Dark by *dysterwald
In Love with Fall by ~LarsVanDeGoor The Dream Tree by *StefanHefele Elder Souls by ~FlorentCourty
Hersones Cape by ~Trashins Reha nera thunderstorm RN10 after sunset wallpaper by ~LemnosExplorer Reflected by *m-eralp
Behemoth Stranded by ~uberfischer Winter is Coming by *cprmay Iceberg Beach by *porbital
Sunlight and Storm by *cprmay Puerto Natural by ~nahojsennah Hell on Earth - Long exposure by ~matthieu-parmentier
This is where photography and perfection become one!!!
The sun just doesn't pass the horizon line during late May and June. The lowest point of the sun when I was up there was between 1 and 2 am, you can compare the light then to a pre-sunset (around 60 minutes before) scene in latitude areas like middle Europe or southern Canada, so it's far from being gloomy. It just moves around 360° all the time and eventually disappears beneath the horizon again in July. That must be very special to watch as well, the same applies to the disappearance of the sun in December and when the first sunrays come back again in January.
Gorgeous photo, congrats on the DD!