At the northernmost corner of Spitsbergen the sun never sets from April to September. During the course of 24 hours it draws a low circle over the horizon. Even at midnight the sun is still high. It feels strange to us southerners when there is no distinction between day at night. I sometimes stayed up many hours during the night when the light is warmer and the sea calmer. It is hard to describe the feeling one experiences in a place so remote and so different from our normal surroundings. Here nature still rules – not humans!