Antarctica Sunsets Part 4
Sun dips behind Hut Point and Scott's Hut on 4/3/13
There are only 18 sunsets left. I know those 18 days are going to fly by and many of them will be obscured by bad weather, but I already wish the sun was set. We're losing 16 minutes of daylight each day and it seems like such a long drawn out teaser for the darkness.
I feel pressured by no one but myself to take as many sunset photos as I can right now because soon it'll be so dark that I won't know where I am.
I keep forgetting that I am in Antarctica, but when it's too dark to see that I am in Antarctica where will I feel that I am? Strange to think about not seeing where you are in the world.
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