The sun never really goes down in the Shetland Isles during the the June/July period. Locally, they call it the Simmer Dim. It’s about midnight, I’m doing some work, and I took this photo out of the hotel window. It’s still light. Marvellous.
In addition, as I leave this island for the second time in ten years (I hope to come back again far sooner the next time) here is one of Britain’s most beautiful views. At St. Ninian’s Isle, on the south-west coast of the mainland.