Mt Sukapak is on the southern slope of the Brooks Range, the northern most mountain range in Alaska, a little over 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This was shot at midnight, on summer solstice. Several times, my wife and I have driven up the Dalton Highway (the road beside the oil pipeline to Prudhoe Bay) to spend solstice in the arctic. For those interested, it's a beautiful drive, a bit rough at times (read: it eats tires), and there aren't many services (Yukon River Bridge, Coldfoot, Deadhorse are the only gas stations). There are nice places to camp. After early June, expect mosquitoes until mid August. Arctic tundra can have as many as 10,000 mosquitoes emerging from each square meter.