As the sunset arrives at 10pm, astronomical twilight reenters the fjord. The days are draw in to 14 hours of light, the green grass turns golden.
Patches of winter snow in the mountains along the fjord will begin to vanish. Your days begin about 20 hours long and reach 22 hours before your stay at Brekka comes to an end. The grass grow longer, the sheep appear in the fjord with their lambs after a winter in the sheep sheds.
The last of the winter snows signal a change. The ice breaks up in the fjord, the waterfalls are gushing, and the night (absolute dark) is replaced by astronomical twilight (when the Sun is between 12 degrees and 18 degrees below the horizon). The days start out at 16 hours long and quickly moves to 19 hours before your residency ends. You will have plenty of light to work.