The white night is one kind of phenomenon happens at high latitudes outside the Arctic and Antarctic Circles in a period of time in the year：the nights in which it never gets completely dark as the sun can only reach a small angle below the horizon and the scattering effect of the atmosphere. So that specific area can not completely dark all night, so it is called white night.
I live in Fuzhou, China that is a subtropical area. For me myself, nights, especially summer nights, are almost like high-latitude white nights as it doesn't get totally dark in my mind. Restless, I often hung out at night with my camera. When I was having fun with my friends outside the street, I would casually take pictures of the moments I wanted to record. This series of photos I took was between 2019 to 2020, which show the fragment my friends who hung with me during the night. It is spontaneous, real, emotional and quick, just like every corner torn from my summer diary.