| Written by Ronnie |
I have always found the twilight hour to be rich with beauty, mystery, and allure, and it is no secret that it is my favourite hour of the day.
After all, when I look back over the years, some of my most poignant memories have been made at twilight: It is the hour I hold the boys close. It is the hour I read to them. It is the hour I sing to them. It is the hour I slow down to embrace the moment. It is the hour I remember how blessed I am.
It is no surprise, then, that a lot of my journaling is inspired by the twilight hour, and I am ever so thankful to have recorded those memories in words.
But in addition to writing about all those twilight moments, I am also drawn to documenting it through the lens.
Perhaps because it is so fleeting, there is something about the last light that both entices and tantalises.
If there is magic in the first light of the day, then it is even more so with the last light of the day.
And when captured on camera, that last light can help you to create imagery that is emotional, evocative, and ever so powerful...
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