In fact a night becomes indistinguishable from a day. Nights which are light, but the Sun's disk isn't visible for the entire night. I hope my neighbors - bloggers from Finland, Norway and Estonia enjoy this time-lapse.
This year June is a real summer month (not like last year). The weather is warm, dry and windy. I'm worrying about watering because May was dry enough and a bit of water was collected in water barrels. In light nights plants grow fast and need watering.
May and June is the time of rhododendron blooming. It's a wonderful show when within the day new flowers open. In the morning the rhododendron bushes have large buds then at the evening the bushes are covered with purple, white or scarlet flowers. Here are pictures I've taken during a day :
'Daughter of North'
New opened buds of clematises:
I love outing at this time-lapse, the sky is bright, horizon is clear and light-yellow, listening to birdsongs especially to a nightingale who lives in a bush close to my garden.