It’s that time of the year again. Daylight all night. You can hardly sleep, but you’re more awake than ever. The kids are nowhere to be found, playing football way past bedtime. We feel like doing something, like going for a long walk or invite ourselves to coffee next door.
So say the people of Sommarøy, who have declared war on time. Living in the far north of Norway, where the sun spills across the land for 24 hours a day, every day, at this time of year, has simply become too much. Their solution is to enact a #TimeFreeZone, so they can have licence to do what they want, when they want.
Check out their campaign page on Facebook (worth it for the photographs alone) and read more about their plight over at the Guardian.