The North Cape of Norway (Nordkapp) is the northernmost point of the European continent, and is called "the end of the world" together with Ushuaia in Argentina in the southern hemisphere. In autumn and winter, the sun sets early in the high latitudes, and the rain and fog have dimmed the light in North Point. I parked my car on the northernmost continental edge of the European continent, surrounded by nearly vertical cliffs, and underfoot is the magnificent Arctic Ocean, which is poignant and mysterious, but it does not give people a sense of despair. Walking on the wide viewing platform, the steep cliffs and desolate scenery all around exude a unique spirit. The hollow globe sculpture standing on the viewing platform is the landmark of North Point, and the base is full of different words of the world saying "Visit here". Watching the masses of mist coming from the North Pole under my feet gradually cover the surging Arctic Ocean, such a magical and surreal picture will instantly blank my mind. On that day, I lived in the small town of Honningsvag, a half-hour drive from North Point. After dinner, I walked out of the small hotel. In the dark night before my eyes, the unexpected aurora was dancing.