Tuesday, October 09, 2007

In Praise of Half Light

New England is blessed in the soft days of autumn with a half light that is like nothing else in the world. Every place has something like it, yet unique to itself. In Ireland there are long evenings where the sun seems to cling to the lip of the horizon, painting everything gold. In the west the sunsets are blazing and breathtaking. Even smog creates a strange brand of beauty, water-color dreamy and soft.

This evening I needed some time to myself. I spent it with my camera, celebrating the half light of the South Shore coastline:














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Mark said...

Last photo is breaking my heart. First one is pulling from me the strongest memory.

I think you know which one.

Jenster said...

Gorgeous pictures, Chrissy.

Chrissy said...

Thanks Jen!

Behave, Mark...

Kris Yankee said...

Great photos! Makes me wish I lived where you live.

Peace,
Kris

Dayna_Hart said...

oh! Crissy that third photo, where the clouds are reflecting in the water...it's amazing.

Beautiful stuff, as always.

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