Happy Solstice! (23:09 tonight)

The June Solstice is the the longest day for some and the shortest day for others. For anyone north of the Arctic Circle that means 24 hours of daylight and for anyone south of the Antarctic Circle that means 24 hours of darkness!

More on the Solstice by Somewhere in the world today…

Picture: Summer Solstice Sunrise Stonehenge by aston5man, on Flickr

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