The French term captures the ambiance of this time of day more pleasingly than the English word "dusk". The water keeps the light of the departed sun like jewels held in trust for the view of fortunate hikers.
I sometimes remember at times like this, walking at twilight in Stanley Park in Vancouver in 1957-58 shortly after coming to Canada from a small English Village. One of the songs frequently heard from passing top-down convertibles was by the Platters. The time was magic and I still love this tune.


Driftwood & Turtles said...

Fab new look dahling ~

DCW said...

I had a good consultant.

Lynne with an e said...

I always thought the "crepuscule" was the academy Frech chefs attended to learn how to make crêpes.
WV: nicst "French chefs make the nicst crpes" or "The FCW finds that the nicst time of day is sunst"

Lynne with an e said...

Next WV: visheld
"Louciao noticed that her comment on FCW's blog vas visheld"

Lynne with an e said...

WV: "linspeed"


Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures! I especially like the first one. Awesome.

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