Postcards were purchased from a variety of tourist shops in Dawson City, Yukon. We built an apparatus that held a single post card and a magnifying glass in place allowing concentrated sunlight to burn a mark though the card. The resulting mark or burn follows and records the movement of the sun for a period of time during the day/evening. The beginning and end of the duration of time passed is marked on each card. These markings were recorded every day during a one month long residency at KIAC in Dawson City during the month of June, 2013, a month that endures 24 hours of sunlight. Requests for postcards were sent via social media and were mailed to recipients from Dawson.