After Saturday’s miserable weather, Sunday came with glorious sunshine and warm temperatures. Between services we ate lunch on the veranda and sun bathed.
Evening worship took me to Fjordgård for a lovely family service. We finished about 6pm and the air was very clear, revealing a lot of detail on the surrounding mountains. I had never noticed before that the ‘starta’ in the rocks runs almost vertical, causing it to ‘peel’ as it slowly erodes. Whilst we still have traces of daylight all night, the sun now sets over Fjordgård shortly after 6pm due to the height of the surrounding mountains, especially Segla.
Back in Finnsnes we took these pictures at about 10pm, after a bike ride, with the light fading fast. Ottar The Viking was well placed to watch the wonderful colours!