Monday, June 22, 2009

Summer Solstice

Did you notice that the sun stayed out longer yesterday? Yesterday, June 21, happened to be the longest day of the year - 13 hours here in the Philippines - this phenomenon is known as the Summer Solstice. It happens every 21st of June of every year, during which the northern part of the Earth is tilted towards the sun allowing the northern hemisphere to get more direct sunlight which heats the Earth more efficiently than the southern hemisphere.

I took this at around half past five before we headed to hubby's house. Ain't it pretty?


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