Silent Sunday—twilight

Twilight sky and bare treesTwilight sky and skeleton trees

Perfect blue of twilight. And silence. Such photos are a miracle of technology. Shot from a moving car on an iPhone. (To appreciate this as I do, you probably need to have grown up with a Brownie box camera.)

12 thoughts on “Silent Sunday—twilight

  1. Beautiful

  2. myrak says:

    I love this time of the day…. often lie quietly watching the beauty of light changes. Very restful time of the day.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Love that dark-bright blue glow.

  3. alison41 says:

    I did grow up with a BB camera. I love modern tech! makes many aspects of life so much easier.

  4. Jonno says:

    Perfect photo Rachel. I love the dark blue background and the shadows, it perfectly shows the day ending and the night creeping in slowly.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Our beautiful world…

  5. mpardi2013 says:

    In the 1950’s an American singing group called The Platters recorded a song, Twilight Time. I often think of the tune. Night has always been my favorite.

    I’m guessing the photo was not easy to capture unless you knew exactly the kind of film to use. Or was it digital?

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Marco, all my photos are straight off the iPhone. Otherwise they would never happen. This one taken from a moving car, to boot. It’s a miracle of technology.

  6. I had a modern Brownie 44A, complete with a screw on flash gun. Still needed a steady hand though!

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      I can barely imagine that.

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Not only could you not get a good shot, but you had to wait for the film to be developed to see if you even got a worthwhile picture at all. I love the technology of my phone too.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      For me it has given me a new way of looking and seeing.

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