When the absence of solar light is stronger, other lights appear and are predominant. The natural light of the Scandinavian sky and the artificial one lighting something intimate and private, hidden to the watcher. In Scandinavia, when natural light lacks, houses are brightly lit by artificial light. Souls living fragments of their lives at that precise moment.
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