The Seeker

Everything changes at Night

No matter how things seem in the daylight once the blanket of darkness comes they change.

Things and our outlook on them change with just a little time.

I’m not sure about you but for myself twilight is the oddest time, it’s not day and it’s not night.

It seems to have a mysterious feel and look, it’s even hard for me to drive during this time.

it’s colors and general feel are overwhelming at times.

And I wonder if during this time there could be more than meets the eye so to speak.

Maybe this is a split in time that things can happen or be seen, rather than any other time of day or night.

A lot has been told, written, etc. about midnight, it has been called the witching hour but to me twilight holds more mystery.

3 Replies to “Everything changes at Night”

  1. I’m completely with you on this! I thought it was just me being weird! It’s as if the tone and balance of the light changes, but it also affects me emotionally. When I lived in Wellington, NZ, I would take the train home from work at the end of the day, and in the winter this would coincide with the twilight. It was like a big pull on my heart, and it was such a mystical time – I would watch the water and trees go by and feel like I should just leap off the train and sit with all that nature, in that amazing light. Needless to say, the fact that I’m here typing this means I managed to resist making the jump šŸ˜‰
    What I love is that as you get closer to the poles, the twilight gets longer – in Dunedin it would last so long that my normal circadian light cues wouldn’t work – I had to set an alarm for 9pm to remind me that I should be getting ready for work, despite the light outside.
    See you in the Twilight Zone, James!! šŸ’–
    PS. Great pics! Are they yours?

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