Harbourlife at Port of Trondheim.

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Tonight, to check in with a new post, I want to share with all of you, a screenshot of “harbour life from Port of Trondheim” on a cold November day. This season’s last cruiseship is months away already, but we still have one more cruiseship coming on New Years Eve. The days are now getting colder, darker and sunlight is with us a considerably shorter time each day. This is the time of year which I personally dread, and really could live without.

Everything is getting darker this time, not only is the sun up for a shorter time, but there are also a lot less colors in the forest and on the trees. Snow has not yet arrived and is not expected to arrive for at least another 5-6 weeks according to those that are in the know. But, before we get too negative, Christmas season is quickly coming up and people all across the city will start decorating their houses, offices and streets, with lots of colorful lights. That is the greatest part of the “dark ages”.†

Additionally, another good thing is that by the end of next month, around Christmas time, the sun “turns", and the days will very slowly get longer each day.†Winter solstice is an astronomical phenomenon which marks the shortest day and the longest night of the year. Winter solstice occurs for the Northern Hemisphere in December and for the Southern Hemisphere in June.


Happy winter everybody!†

Screendump Port of Trondheim webcam.




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