We Don’t Even Notice It

Photo by Abigail Miller on Unsplash

The end of the summer days in the northern hemisphere is something I could never do without in my life.

I realized this when I spent six months in Brazil at nineteen, and the days, regardless of the season, would suddenly end at five in the afternoon.

I, a rookie in the tropics and unfamiliar with basic geographic phenomena, was disturbed by the light fading…

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Araci Almeida

Araci Almeida

Top Writer on Life and Climate Change. Also, writing about Portugal and the Portuguese language; Pop Culture; Politics, and Power.