Okay, so first I have to mention the new blog layout. Instead of All Full-Length Posts, All The Time, everything is now truncated. Now you don't have to scroll through entire posts filled with my inane ramblings, now just scroll right past. (I don't blame ya, boo.) There are still a few kinks to work out, a few thumbnail pictures look oddly squished, and that sort of thing.
But anyway, Photo Friday! And the sun!
This may not seem like a big deal to those of you that don't live in the
Arctic Circle land of ice and snow, but lemme tell ya. We can go weeks (yes, that's weeks) without seeing the sun. Or weeks with seeing just a peek of the sun here and there.
Science: We have roughly 187 days of sun here every year. That means we have 178 days of clouds. In case you've ever wondered if seasonal depression is a real thing, there's your answer.
These two pictures sort of show what it's like on a sunny day in the trees. Even with full sun, it's still gloomy as hell under there. It's not the best representation, because these aren't thick trees, but you get the idea.
Have a good weekend!