Photographers often speak of the “golden hour” or “magic hour,” the time of day right before sunset or right after sunrise, when the sky is more colorful and, thus, really incredible pictures can be taken.

In places as far north as Alaska, though, on the summer solstice, the “magic hour” lasts a lot longer than an hour because the sun takes a lot longer to dip beneath the horizon. So Ben Sturgulewski decided to take advantage of this extra time by bringing a Phantom Drone and a GoPro to the areas around Wrangell and Anchorage, Alaska, in order to get this incredible aerial footage of the Alaskan landscapes during their prolonged twilight.