|The camp in full sunlight. It usually|
looks a lot more gray
Reminded me of the water situation in the Sci-Fi book 'Dune', except I was conserving water in an Arctic desert instead of on a hot, sand-covered planet infested by giant worms.
Deadhorse screws with your mind. It's dark-a sliver of sun barely rises above the horizon and then dips down: a beacon that fades with every passing day. The sun looks very Africa-like at times.
|Deadhorse Camp at sunset|
|Radar station (compasses don't work this far north)|